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Universal values and personal motivation

Don't forget to try the UNIVERSAL VALUES GAME on this page The Theory What do we mean by values? Values are used to characterise cultural groups, societies, and individuals, to trace change over time, and to explain the motivational bases of attitudes and behaviour. When we think of our personal values, we think of what is important to us in life. Each of us holds many values with varying...

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Organisational Culture assessment

Culture is defined by the attitudes and behaviours of the majority of people in the organisation. this includes what is encouraged, discouraged, accepted, or rejected within the group. It is the day to day of the collective, and because of that, it is hard to change. Culture can support and promote the organisation strategy or hinder it. When aligned with personal values, drives, and needs,...

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Interests self assessment

Interest directly reflects your goals, values, and aspirations as they represent a series of choices that are closely linked to achieving your goals. Increased awareness of your interests combined with dipper understanding of your abilities, values and personality traits will help you find meaningful and fulfilling work. Many studies have shown that aligning your work with your Interests can...

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Personality Traits Self Assessment

The "BIG FIVE" is the most broadly accepted framework of personality traits. The framework basically claims that there are five broad, dimensional factors of personality: Extroversion, Neuroticism, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness and Openness. Factor means there are not "yes or no" factors but rather that all individuals are described by each factor to some extent. You can be a little bit or a...

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