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UK Values Alliance

Culture, and the values that shape people’s behaviour over time, is an asset, or a liability, that has a lasting influence on the performance of a company. So, who leads on values? Ed Mayo shares the idea of the emergence of a Chief Values Officer role, and a template job description that resulted from a […]

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UK Values Alliance

‘Closing the Values Gap’ was a provocative lunchtime panel discussion held at the RSA on Monday the 12th of June. The aim of the event was to draw attention to the Values Challenge, an initiative of the RSA, the Forward Institute and the UK Values Alliance. On or before World Values Day on 19th October […]

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UK Values Alliance

Tom Crompton of The Common Cause Foundation writes about research that reveals people across Greater Manchester attach particular importance to ‘compassionate’ values in this article on the Manchester Policy Blog: Greater Mancunians are more likely to think it is important to be honest, kind and care about social issues than the average UK citizen, yet […]

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Jackie Le Fevre

Since last September UK Values Alliance member Jackie Le Fèvre has been collaborating with Helen Sanderson Associates to develop a bespoke conscious values based recruitment process for Wellbeing Teams up and down the country. In this 1 hour webinar she will share some of the underpinning theory behind the design and the real world results […]

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UK Values Alliance

Please see below the link to a values-themed article for InnovateMySchool from Rosemary Dewan of  the Human Values Foundation. With the mental and physical health of so many people hampering their lives, herewith our article for the Summer term centres around how a deliberately values-led school can help to ensure all young people are laying the foundations to […]

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UK Values Alliance

Maggie Strudwick gives a summary of our meeting on the 24 March, which came just 2 days after the London terrorist attack in the Westminster area. Five people died in the shocking incident, including the perpetrator, and 50 people were injured. We opened our meeting by stating a personal value of ours that had come […]

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UK Values Alliance

Paul Ingram is the Kravis Professor of Business at the Columbia Business School. His research over the past 10 years has focused on the importance of values in an organisations, and more granularly, the specific values that individuals hold. Here he discusses how we have ‘more in common than divide us’ – despite current moves […]

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Lindsay West

With so much emphasis on academic outcomes and the growing concerns about the mental and physical wellbeing of many students today, how can we give young children and adolescents a rich education that enables them to fulfil their true potential and prepares them well for life as informed, active and dynamic global citizens? For more Going […]

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Lindsay West

Lack of confidence is one of the most common and significant challenges for successful women. It can prevent people in leadership roles from contributing to their full potential. This has a high cost for both personal fulfilment and the impact you can have for your organisation. Courageous leaders use five values to succeed in key […]