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Credo

 

a creed, or statement of faith, in the Catholic Church. In the figurative sense it refers to the views, beliefs, and principles of one’s world view (a political or philosophical credo).

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Keiller: I developed a passion for core values nine years ago when I created PSN because they help to define an organization.
One other consideration is that while we may all declare (and practice) safety as a core value, we may have different perceptions of what is safe.
In their 2009 review of these core values statements, the Military Leadership Diversity Commission offered the following apologetic explanation for this lack of uniformity:
I have internalized in my core values integrity, inclusiveness, and veracity.
As a distinct component of their core beliefs, Christians also believe that Jesus lived and fulfilled the core value on the cross, in love for God and love for the humanity, as an example for all.
How you and your leadership team treat the subject of change will determine if it becomes one of the core values within.
Figure 5 reports the results tabulated by average core value score for each of the three groups--students, faculty, and staff.
Free and informed choice relies on the first core value to provide the valid information for the informed portion of this value.
The very essence of our core values should exist not only in the profession of our duties, but also prevalent in our private lives.
It is, arguably, the fundamental core value for the new millennium -- and beyond.
Although I could list many other indicators of the health of the program, I will single out one notable shortfall: the fact that most Airmen do not know what I call the elements of each core value (see table).
com is looking for entries in the form of a blog answering the question "Which of these seven core values are most important to you and why?