Values and Beliefs
To help differentiate between values and beliefs ask yourself “is this something I aspire to, aim to be like? OR is this something I consider to be true and act accordingly?” The first is a value, the second is a belief.
Sharing each team member’s core values and strengths in the team improves relationships and understanding – and decreases the likelihood of conflict or misunderstandings.
State of Mind
Your emotional state is a barometer of your mental wellbeing – poor state of mind leads to poor decisions, poor communication. Whenever possible, wait until you are in a good, or at least better, state of mind.
Never doubt your creativity – after all you create your experience of life. What sort of experience are you giving yourself?
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I’m Helen Harrison. My blog covers all matters about working with people, be you a coach, consultant or trainer – and, of course, for yourself!
Having worked in the private sector in human resources (HR), and as a director within an international public company, I found that adding values and strengths into any work issue added a positive dimension to the discussion.
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