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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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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.
The new idea of conceiving sufficiency as a core value explicitly aims at developing a new type of liberal society.
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:
Candidates' responses to the question "Discuss how the ONS core values provide the foundation for addressing an issue relevant to oncology nursing, for example, healthcare policy, nursing workforce issues, maintaining diversity in ONS, or preparing oncology nurses for the future" are printed below exactly as received.
In an unforgiving world, core values are the GPS of the 21st century enterprise.
That was his core value, and millions with the same core value did die for their emperor.
Whenever your core value in this area changes positively or negatively, the rest of the company will follow.
Hersh Core Value Award, in honor of the recently deceased James Hersh, a former senior vice president of GVA Williams New Jersey.
In this way, the organization communicates its core value set to all employees and keeps their attention focused on actions with the greatest impact.
Participate in the activities that strengthened the core value.