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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.
Rather than spending $5,000 to $10,000 on an advertising campaign, traveling to camp fairs, or purchasing more Google ad words, consider spending that money on a gift for your current campers or camp families that is aligned with your camp's core values.
As a result, one would then expect that significant time and effort might be required to transform a safety as a priority culture to a safety as a core value culture.
A classmate recently displayed the last core value and the true meaning of Excellence in All We Do.
Since DOD has a common set of core values, and DOD is the organization that encompasses the profession of arms in the United States, why should its subordinate organizations find it necessary to espouse different sets of core values?
In the year 2009, the core value icons were Buzz Aldrin, Jim Lovell, and Sally Ride to commemorate the 40th anniversary of man's conquest of the Moon while in the year before; it was the legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, and his daughter Sofia.
Professional Identity, "the internalization of core values and perspectives recognized as integral to the art and science of nursing" (p.
Facilitative leadership is a values-based, systemic leadership philosophy founded on the core values and assumptions, principles, and methods of the Skilled Facilitator approach.
During the interview, every question and subsequent response should line up with the core values and beliefs of the company.
Core values and core purposes in enduring great organizations remain stable, while their operating values--practices, strategies, tactics, processes, structures, and methods--change continually.
At the conclusion of the endeavor, the school created a small, plastic card that carried the institution's mission statement and core values.