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Personal values

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  • 1. AndresTop Six ValuesSuccessBeing successful in our purposes is being prepared to take advantages of any opportunitythat would offer more chances to increase productivity, efficacy and long term benefits tothe office.RecognitionThere are many different forms of recognizing hard work and commitment. Recognizingcoworkers, colleagues and supervisors and in a meaningful, spontaneous, tangible,consistent and truthful ways will increase morality and will encourage people’swillingness to go the extra mile.Hard WorkRepresenting the University demands constant work and the development of daily habitsaiming to increase happiness and satisfaction. For the harder people work the morerewarding and the more fulfillments one should feel.LearningHaving opportunities to learn from the job and other professional developmentopportunities. Learning is an investment to long term success.ExcellenceMeaning being professional at all times; maintaining and upholding the name of theinstitution we represent. Maintaining clear objectives and following the mission of theoffice and the entire University. Excellence avoids having hiding agendas; reframingfrom communicating unkind remarks to other colleagues, maintaining consistentcommunication, being sensitive to other’s cultural and personal values.IntegrityRespecting colleagues, students, faculty and people in the community. Integrity showsour commitment to one’ own personal values. Being integral means being a good personand a loyal worker as a “whole.” By remaining integral values such as honesty, fairness,support, service and others will be built-in one’s integrity by default.

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