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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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Thus, before all else, the board of directors must be sure what its company is all about, and this means crafting, understanding, and implementing what its Vision, Mission, and core Values are.
I encourage firm owners to take a first crack at cutting down their core values to the most important, but even that can leave a pretty lengthy list.
They relate to the core values of the notions of liberal societies mentioned above: The virtue of courage relates to the core value of individual freedom, prudence relates to the noharm principle and justice relates to social justice.
P&GJ: Why are core values so important to a company, and specifically, what core values do you have?
The review of our Vision and Mission was anchored on the Filipino core values of 'Maka-Diyos, Maka-Tao, Makakalikasan and Makabansa' as articulated in Section 40, Republic Act 8491 (Flag and Heraldic Code of the Philippines)," he said, citing the national motto indicated in the law, iterating that the new vision, mission and core values "should be regarded as one document to be appreciated in its entirety.
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 some cases, these words will describe the core values of your organization.
We are honoured that he agreed to be photographed for the Core Values campaign, and delighted with the way this beautiful portrait of the champion and his grandson captures the idea of transmission, which is of great significance to Louis Vuitton.
The EMC is built on three component parts: core values, integrating concepts, and program outcomes.