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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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The EFCC lawyer, who traced the loss of core values in the Nigerian society to when people started emphasizing the craze for money, said that question should be asked on the source of wealth.
So Midnight Rambler honed in on better defining its core values. In a nutshell, Pope said, "Our purpose is to uplift spirits and elevate drinking culture."
You then could ask, "Do these core values match up with the sort of job environment you're looking for?"
Four years ago, the University laid down the indicators of her core values to serve as guide in every University endeavor for the fulfillment of its philosophy, vision, mission, and goals.
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Critique: A compelling, iconoclastic, exceptional, and potentially life-changing read from cover to cover, "What's Wrong with Damn Near Everything!: How the Collapse of Core Values Is Destroying Us and How to Fix It" is unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections.
According to Love, they also "post core values in common work areas" and "incorporate them in staff meetings and the annual evaluation process" in order to encourage consistent reflection and commitment.
Each days insight include: a challenging reading for quiet meditation, related to one or more of the core values with a reading, a decree or affirmation, and illustrative principles and examples for balancing the eight core values.
I know what you're thinking: "Ugh, core values." It is true that most consultants talk about the importance of core values, but it is also true that most consultants (and advisors) don't know how to use them to build a company where employees come to you.
We then suggest how sufficiency should be framed in societies built on liberal core values, such as modern Western societies, and how our conception helps to avoid the identified difficulties.
Fourteen schools were celebrating finishing both Premiership Rugby's new On The Front Foot programme - which is designed to teach the core values of rugby such as teamwork, respect, discipline, sportsmanship and enjoyment - as well as its Aviva Tackling Numbers programme which combines classroom sessions and practical number-based games to inspire children to be more active both physically and in their maths class participation.