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Credo

A short statement of principles and/or goals to guide a company in the conduct of its business. See also: Mission statement.
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'The fourth core value of our foreign policy is to actively contribute to peacekeeping missions and help solve the challenges the world is facing,' he said, adding that he was proud that Cambodia had sent nearly 6,000 UN peacekeepers abroad since 2006.
Core values are "what we need to do and how we need to do them," he noted.
An overall mean of 4.45 (moderately aware) expressed the student-respondents' moderate awareness of discipline as a core value. Given the response of students, a closer scrutiny reveals that a Licean Graduate should have "maintained a good disposition in life" (M= 4.48, moderately aware, SD= 0.67) had the highest mean rating.
To start, I suggest that owners create four lists: core values for the owner, for employees, for the firm and for working with clients.
The time-line for establishing sufficiency as fourth core value involves a few generations rather than a few years and it requires a deepened political and societal discourse and adapted educational systems (Dobson 2003).
A strong management team that drew from the complementary strengths of the businesses, a thoughtful integration plan, frequent communications and introduction of the core values helped to ease the process.
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.
In their 2009 review of these core values statements, the Military Leadership Diversity Commission offered the following apologetic explanation for this lack of uniformity:
The Telegraph reports that "Core Values" celebrates Vuitton's timeless classics in real situations on 'real' people - meaning celebrities rather than models - and runs alongside their seasonal 'fashion' campaigns.
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.