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RelateAbility: Working Together To Make Work Life Better by Psy.D. Wade A. McNair, Ted Malley

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CHAPTER 4 Understanding Personal Values

Having reviewed our Communication Styles, we now look at another critical component to help increase our RelateAbility: our Personal Values. In the TeamRelate model, we refer to them as Core Convictions.

The Nature of Values

There are six principles that form the foundation of Values Theory. These six principles guide us in our understanding of the nature of Values.

Values are directly linked to our emotions

Values are a set of beliefs that resonate with who we are. As such, there is a direct link from our values to our emotions. When we feel our values are not being appreciated, we feel disrespected. When we feel our values are being honored, we feel supported and validated. The intensity that we exhibit ...

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