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Values For Managers | Varun Daahal


This PPT is about: Value for Managers …

This PPT is about: Value for Managers
-What are Values
-What do they mean for Managers, Importance
-How values can transform workplace

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  • 1. TOPIC : Values for MANAGERS By Varun Daahal K (MD 8017)
  • 2. V a l u es
  • 3. What it indicates ?
  • 4. R E V O L U T I O N
  • 6. Dollar Dreams
  • 7. Attitude
  • 8. Balance
  • 9. Values reflect one’s personal attitudes, and behaviour. Value literally means some thing that has a price. The concept of right or wrong, good or bad, are determined by the individuals value system.
  • 10. Person with ‘VALUES’
  • 11. Person without ‘VALUES’
  • 12.
    • Types of Values
    • Allport categorized values into six types
    • Theoretical: Interested in the discovery of truth through reasoning and systematic thinking.
    • Economic: Interest in usefulness and practicality, including the accumulation of wealth.
    • Aesthetic: Interest in beauty, form and artistic harmony
    • Social: Interest in people and love as a human relationship.
    • Political: Interest in graining power and influencing people.
    • Religious: Interest in unity and understanding the cosmos as a whole
  • 13. Why Values To understand Behaviour To take decisions To be more respectful To have concern for others To face life that is full of challenges
  • 14. Values for MANAGERS
  • 15. Manager with VALUES Shape the working environment Align the beliefs, perceptions of employees Build the right attitude for work/ meeting organizational Goals
  • 16. Values determine the Credibility and Ethics Establish a presence of fairness Establish Trust Establish Honesty Establish the expectation of commitment
  • 17. Relevance of values for Manager Resolve ethical issues & dilemma’s as they arise Helps in setting high standards Helps in practicing Managerial conduct & Decision making Effectiveness at work depends on Ethical and moral values
    • Leads by example – models the standards set and has respect for the team.
    • Accessible and visible to team members. Walks around the department/section. Takes time for personal contact. Takes an interest in staff as individuals and listens to their concerns.
    • Takes the flak when mistakes are made. Is fully accountable for the actions of people who report directly to them.
  • 20. CONT……
    • Is prepared to admit when wrong and change own behavior. Is not afraid to say sorry. Actively seeks out development opportunities for people who report directly to them and seeks their input.
    • 5. Understands different needs and motivations of individuals and adapts own style to suit person and situation.
  • 21.
    • Coaches and trains individuals to do their jobs better.
    • Makes each individual feel they are equally valued and that their work is important.
    • Encourages staff to take their own decisions, to learn from their mistakes and to take credit for their successes.
    • Carries out formal performance reviews to the standards required by the Charity.
  • 22. 3 important Values for Managers Accountability – Describes what we do Integrity – Describes how we do it Reliability – Describes how we want it to be received
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