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core value

A fundamental idea that unites individuals and defines the efforts and goals of the institution for which they work. In health care, core values include devotion and service to others, lifelong learning, and a dedication to ongoing quality improvement.
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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."
Results of the study reveal an overall mean of 4.19 (moderately practiced), where student-respondents expressed their moderate practice of excellence as a core value given the five (5) indicators.
Get employee input on core values. Some owner-advisors resist this step on the grounds that the core values are theirs alone.
First, one needs to think about the institutions that come with the additional core value. Existing institutions can serve as a good reference point: how were they established to implement important aspects of the classical core values of liberal societies and to address emerging trade-offs.
Keiller: I developed a passion for core values nine years ago when I created PSN because they help to define an organization.
* It recognizes that safety is not "standalone." As a value, it is applied equally (together with other core values) to 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?
By maintaining its core values, ONS will be well suited to be the organization that nurses, patients, and policy makers include in health care decisions and educational choices for excellent oncology care.
Core Value #1: Focus on value, and the way in which that value is created and delivered.
The first step in improving culture is establishing core values.
But without core values present in the heart of the credit department, accomplishing accurate, consistent work for customers becomes a challenge, if not impossible.