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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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If we neglect the home we are not able to monitor the activities of our children and inculcate in them those core values. And even at that, we need to introduce civics in our school system so that people will know what is right and what is wrong.
"It's important the new players have a feel for the club, for how important it is to be honest and work with real core values.
"But as time went on, we found that the manual and core values weren't connecting anymore."
The core values are perfectly appropriate to use as a discussion topic in a job interview.
Thus, the practice of the core values needs to be demonstrated effectively by the administrators, faculty and staff for students and other stakeholders to emulate.
"The fundamental rights are in the core value and the bedrock of the Constitution.
Palestine's membership is the outcome of members defending this organization's raison d'etre and advancing its core values, and a clear rejection of attempts at cynical manipulation and political bullying.ae1/4Ci
The illness rotting them all out can be blamed on people ignoring their core values.
Margenia Love, Director of Property Management, says that Marsh Properties "holds a strong commitment to core values which include Integrity and Fairness, Personal Service, People, and Family Heritage."
Bailey's '31 Inspirational Insights are centered on one of eight key core values: spiritual, family, career/business, emotional, mental, wellness, social, and financial which are designed to create a strategic life plan.
But it's not a laundry list of "dos" and "don'ts." Rather, it's a list of core values for the firm, which serve as guidelines for owners as well as employees.
The purpose of this article is two-fold: first, to articulate the Augustinian core values in education and how these values can be applicable to teacher pedagogy in an Augustinian school, and, secondly, to report the results of a study of a program that engages participants on these core values in education.