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We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
We Are Asheville Community Assessment Intro Phil Clothier 8mar2011
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  • Results of values assessment
  • Businesses and corporations have very little idea about they power they have to do amazing good on the planet. If business leaders knew how much power they have to make the world a better place, they would probably run their organisations very differently.
  • Results of values assessment
  • Results of values assessment
  • Results of values assessment
  • Results of values assessment
  • The story of a full spectrum organisation.1. Imagine a company that is conscious and fair in the way it sets prices and pay. Because it has moved beyond fear driven greed is it now profitable, financially stable and creates a good shareholder return. It also provides safe and comfortable working conditions for its people.2. When people walk into the office each day they smile and greet each other warmly. There is a healthy sense of respect and customers feel well looked after.3. The organisation invests in high performing systems. It trains it’s people to be excellent at doing their jobs and the staff are proud to tell others who they work for.4. This is an organisation that moves forward through innovation and continuous improvement. It has the adaptability and resilience to weather tough times. People feel empowered and have the courage to ask the tough questions, it is OK to make mistakes.5. People feel inspired by the vision and values. There are high levels of trust and a deep sense of purpose, fun and team spirit6. This is a collaborative working environment for staff, customers, suppliers and the community where people focus on win-win for all concerned. The investment in leadership development means that leaders are making a sustainable difference inside and outside the organisation.7. For this group, ethics is not about compliance but truly doing what they believe is right, deep down in their hearts. There is a knowing that by doing their jobs, people are serving society & future generations.
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    • 1. We are Asheville - 2012 www.valuescentre.comwww.valuescentre.com 1www.valuescentre.com
    • 2. National Values Quiz Country A Country B Country Cfreedom of speech blame continuous improvementeducational opportunities bureaucracy environmental protectionprosperity wasted resources strict moral/religious codesdemocratic process corruption political rightsfinancial stability materialistic educationpersonal freedom uncertainty about the future nature conservancyhuman rights conflict/ aggression shared visiontradition crime/ violence information availabilitybureaucracy unemployment shared valuesmaterialistic short-term focus contentment 2 social justice
    • 3. What is culture? 1. client satisfaction 1. blame L 2. making a difference 2. short term focus L 3. integrity 3. internal competition L 4. teamwork 4. buck passing L 5. humour/fun 5. risk averse L 6. quality 6. customer satisfaction 7. ethics 7. information hoarding L 8. financial stability 8. profitEmployees Financial Excellence Ethics Resilience& customers viability 3
    • 4. 4
    • 5. www.valuescentre.comwww.valuescentre.com 5
    • 6. Iceland 2007 6 August 2007
    • 7. Latvia 7
    • 8. 8
    • 9. Latvian RussianDesired Culture Desired Culturecaring for elderly economic growtheconomic growth caring for elderlyconcern for future generations affordable housingjob security concern for future generationsenvironmental awareness job securitycaring for the disadvantaged social justiceaffordable housing caring for the disadvantagededucation environmental awarenesshonesty human rightsprosperity material wealth
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    • 11. title 11
    • 12. The Value of ValuesLatvia Sustainable Development Strategy until 2030 http://www.latvija2030.lv/page/320 12
    • 13. • Discover how Asheville compares to the cultural view of the USA and other nations.• At this pivotal time in American history, learn how to use this data to ask more informed and challenging questions of your leaders, politicians and political candidates. 13
    • 14. USA National Assessment 2011Personal Values Current Culture Desired Culturefamily blame accountabilitycaring bureaucracy economic growthhumor/fun wasted resources concern for future generationshonesty corruption employment opportunitiesresponsibility materialistic effective healthcareaccountability uncertainty about the future caring for the elderlycompassion conflict/ aggression caring for the disadvantagedfriendship crime/ violence educational opportunitiesindependence unemployment peacerespect short-term focus financial stability 14
    • 15. Democrat RepublicanPersonal Values Desired Values caring family family caring humor/ fun honesty honesty responsibility friendship humor/ fun responsibility accountability compassion respect respect positive attitude accountability integrity positive attitude friendship
    • 16. Estimated Cost of Entropy – National GDP Estimated cost to the GDP Cultural national economy $US,000 Entropy $US,000 Venezuela 387,852,000 72% 997,333,714 Iceland 12,094,000 63% 14,197,304 South Africa 363,704,000 62% 593,411,789 Argentina 368,712,000 60% 553,068,000 USA 14,582,000,000 56% 18,558,909,091 Latvia 24,010,000 54% 28,185,652 Iceland 12,094,000 54% 20,592,486 Belgium 467,472,000 52% 506,428,000 Brazil 2,008,000,000 51% 2,089,959,184 Finland 238,801,000 48% 220,431,692 UK 2,246,000,000 43% 1,694,350,877 Sweden 458,004,000 42% 331,658,069 NB. Initial estimates based on calculation methods used for organisations. More research being done in this area. 16www.valuescentre.com
    • 17. Assessments igniting and languaging dialogues to build community resilience and bridging the gap Citizens "Bridging the government citizen gap" Politcians Civil servants 17www.valuescentre.com
    • 18. National Values Quiz Country A Country B Country Cfreedom of speech blame continuous improvementeducational opportunities bureaucracy environmental protectionprosperity wasted resources strict moral/religious codesdemocratic process corruption political rightsfinancial stability materialistic educationpersonal freedom uncertainty about the future nature conservancyhuman rights conflict/ aggression shared visiontradition crime/ violence information availabilitybureaucracy unemployment shared valuesmaterialistic short-term focus contentment 18 social justice
    • 19. The purpose Happiness is theof our lives is extent to which youto be happy live in love, as Dalai opposed to living in Lama fear. Phil Clothier
    • 20. Values Beliefs & Behaviours1) Choose a value that is important to you in your life2) What are your beliefs that support this value?3) What behaviours do you exhibit that support this value? Accountability Excellence Making a difference Achievement Fairness Open communication Balance (home/work) Family Openness Commitment Financial gain Personal fulfillment Compassion Friendships Personal growth Competence Future generations Power Continuous learning Health Respect Cooperation Honesty Responsibility Courage Humor/fun Risk-taking Creativity Independence Self-discipline Enthusiasm Integrity Success Efficiency Initiative Trust Ethics Intuition Wisdom 20
    • 21. Story of a full spectrum organisationLevel 7 Service: Service to humanity and societal contribution Making a Difference: External collaboration,Level 6 community involvementLevel 5 Internal Cohesion: Sense of purpose & strong internal communityLevel 4 Transformation: Ongoing improvement and employee/citizen participation Self Esteem: High performance systems, highLevel 3 quality output Relationships: Positive relationships that supportLevel 2 organisation needsLevel 1 Survival: Financial viability and employee safety 21
    • 22. 7 Levels of Community Consciousness Positive Focus / Excessive Focus Service To Humanity and the PlanetService Concern for social justice, human rights and future generations Strategic Alliances and PartnershipsMaking a Environmental awareness, communityDifference involvement, employee fulfilment, coaching/mentoring Building Internal CommunityInternal Cohesion Shared values & vision, trust, creativity, transparency Shared – strong community spirit Continuous Renewal and LearningTransformation Courage, accountability, continuous renewal & development of the community High PerformanceSelf-esteem Systems, order & processes that support community effectiveness. Bureaucracy, complacency Employee RecognitionRelationship Harmonious interpersonal relationships between sub-groups. . Manipulation, blame Financial StabilitySurvival Economic prosperity, public health and safety. Control, corruption, greed 22
    • 23. Asheville Community Values Survey: Asheville (571) Personal Values Current Culture Values Desired Culture Values Level 7 Level 6 Level 5 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 IRS (P)= 5-3-2 | IRS (L)= 0-0-0 IROS (P)= 5-1-0-4 | IROS (L)= 0-0-0-0 IROS (P)= 1-2-2-5 | IROS (L)= 0-0-0-0 Matches 1. humor/ fun 208 5(I) 1. arts and culture 438 5(S) 1. arts and culture 247 5(S)PV - CC 3 2. creativity 171 5(I) 2. buy local 351 6(S) 2. buy local 217 6(S)CC - DC 4PV - DC 1 3. family 170 2(R) 3. creativity 234 5(I) 3. concern for 198 7(S) 4. compassion 158 7(R) 4. community pride 220 3(I) future generations 4. sustainability 197 6(S) HealthIndex (PL) 5. quality of life 157 6(I) 5. quality of life 215 6(I) 5. environmental 185 6(S) 6. integrity 147 5(I) 6. entrepreneurship/ 195 4(I) responsibility PV: 10-0 CC: 10-0 7. love 147 4(R) small business 6. economic development 174 1(O) DC: 10-0 7. environmental 179 6(S) 8. continuous learning 132 4(I) responsibility 7. accountability 159 4(R) 9.environmental 129 6(S) 8. health/wellbeing 174 6(I) 8. collaboration 159 6(R) responsibility 9. diversity 164 4(R) 9.entrepreneurship/ 158 4(I) 10. making a difference 129 6(S) small business 10. community service/ 154 6(S) 10. education 145 4(O) volunteering Black Underline = PV & CC Orange = CC & DC P = Positive L = Potentially Limiting I = Individual O= Organizational Orange = PV, CC & DC Blue = PV & DC (white circle) R = Relationship S= SocietalValues Plot Copyright 2011 Barrett Values Centre October 2011
    • 24. 1995 1998 2006 2010 2012

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