Essay On Core Values

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Core values come from the center of who a person is and what is most important to a person as a human being. These values may be expressed on varied aspects of life as they start from within; implicitly and explicitly, in family, education in school, dealing with business, religion, the society itself, and the nation (Stevenson, 2013). How important are the core values? Knowing what values are integrated in each of us gives us a greater sense of purpose in this world. The achievement of one’s core values leads to state of consciousness of happiness (Rand, 1957). It is also important in enjoying high self-esteem, self-confidence and self-empowerment. People tend to be productive if they are confident in what they do (Tate, 2015). Having many individuals with their developed core values lead to a group of power. With a sense of contrast, the world needs every individual, just like a company having its employees. These core values are at the heart of every successful organization. These lead to a strong corporate culture with staff guided with…show more content…
It shouldn't be a surprise that being more confident at work can mean more promotions. However, a pilot study at the University of Melbourne found some correlation between confidence levels as early as primary school and success in the workplace as adults. The findings have suggested that confidence-building activities should be started at an early age, and is should be strongly encouraged both in formal schooling and within the family unit (Hasmath, 2012). A study by the University of Texas, led by professor David Yeager, showed that students who received some expression of confidence in their ability—even while receiving criticism—performed better later on than those who were simply told to aim for higher
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