A conflict between your personal and organizational values may result in ethical dilemmas at the workplace, while values mismatch between two persons may sow discord and cause stress and turbulence in a relationship.
Your values are possibly the most important thing to consider when you’re choosing a workplace or a team member.
Your values are the most important and critical aspect of your career orientation.
If you want to enhance certain skills, you can work on it. Similarly, you can change your interests, devoting time to those interests you would like to create, acquire or strengthen, you can develop your personality, but you cannot change your values.
If you choose a career that enables you achieve success facilitating optimal utilization of your best skills, doing the kinds of work that relate to your favourite interests, blending with your personality, and in consonance with your core values, you will derive total job satisfaction in life!