Work Values Listing Figures show definitions and explanations for each of the values in the Values Management Stage Map

Belief/Philosophy: Adherence to a belief system, set of principles, or established philosophy that is based on a universally accepted document that advocates the reverence for universal order.
Competence/Confidence: Having assurance in one’s skills to achieve and make a positive contribution at work.
Play/Recreation: Placing a priority on playful relaxation as essential to the quality of your relationships and work.
Fantasy/Play: Engaging in imaginative activities for amusement or brainstorming new ideas.
Physical Delight: Positive experience of the senses and the body as a whole. (Health Care)
Self Interest/Control: Exercising personal control and if necessary, control over others.
Management: To cope with one’s affair by giving guidance to family or employees in accordance with one’s philosophy and beliefs and the goals of the institution.
Achievement/Success: Driven to complete projects and accomplish something noteworthy.
Responsibility: Being accountable and in charge of a specific area or project.
Wonder/Curiosity Desiring to explore nature with a sense of marvel and amazement.
Communication/Information: Transmitting ideas and factual data between people and components of an organization.
Competition: Being energized to win and do better for one’s self and as a part of a team.
Efficiency/Planning. To do critical path planning that maximizes output and min mins waste.
Function/Physical Being concerned about the ability to care for oneself. (Health Care)
Productivity: To be energized by completing and achieving personal and group tasks and goals.
Rights/Respect: Recognizing the worth, accomplishments and property of others.
Sensory Pleasure/Sexuality: Satisfying sensual desires and experiencing one’s sexual identity.
Duty/Obligation: Loyalty to managers, peers and the organization, it’s customs and regulations,
Education/Certification: Completing a formal learning program
Friendship/Belonging: Being part of a group with whom one can share day-to-day.
Property/Control: Skills in managing property and finances.
Technology/Science: Applying scientific methods to create new inventions and tools.
Construction/New Order: Developing the organization and it’s mission or a new organizational structure.
Being Self: Acting interdependently from the awareness of personal limitations, skills and know-how.
Faith/Risk/Vision: Committing to the mission or plan of action based on one’s values.
Knowledge/Insight: Pursuing truth through patterned investigation and use of intuition as a basis for decision making.
Self-Actualization: Developing spiritual, psychological, physical, and mental health.
Art/Beauty: Experiencing intense pleasure through the inherent value of natural and person-made creations.
Equality/Liberty: Recognizing that one has the same value and rights as other
Human Dignity: Promoting an organizational environment where everyone is respected and have their basic needs met so they can develop their full potential.
Integration/Wholeness: Harmonizing the mind and body.
Service/Vocation: Knowing that you have skills, an occupation, or a profession that is making a significant contribution.
Accountability/Ethics: To act on personal moral principles even when faced with pressure, to do otherwise.
Pioneerism/innovation: Giving leadership through pioneering new creative ideas.
Adaptability/Flexibility: Adjusting readily to changing conditions.
Growth/Expansion: Enabling the organization to develop appropriate growth strategies.
Unity/Diversity: Recognizing and accepting differing viewpoints and opinions.
Authority/Honesty: The exercise of personal power as a straightforward expression of feeling and thoughts
Creativity: Sharing and applying new and original ideas and thoughts.
Decision/Initiation: Starting projects and a course of action based on personal conviction, without getting others approval.
Education/Knowledge: To love learning for its own sake and to seek comprehensive information from a variety of sources in order to make informed decisions
Expressiveness/Joy: Sharing one’s vision of the future, feelings and ideas openly and spontaneously so others are free to do the same.
Law/Guide: Using the rules and regulations as guidelines, rather than directives for decision making.
Mutual Accountability: Maintaining a reciprocal balance of tasks and assignments with others that all are answerable for their own areas of responsibility.
Research: Patterned investigation in order to create new practical insights and/or technology that improve the quality of life.
Simplicity/Play: Seeing simplicity in complexity, as a basis for decision making, leadership and lifestyle
Community/Supportive: Creating cooperative groups of peers that provide mutual support to enhance quality of work and human interaction based on common values.
Congruence: The ability to express feelings and thoughts consistent with internal experiences in a straightforward manner.
Corporation/Stewardship: To be energized by creating and improving the organization, its quality and management efficiency.
Discernment: Enabling group consensus through openness, reflection, and honest interaction.
Empathy: Listening and responding to others so they see themselves with more clarity. Seeing feeling their concerns and issues as they do.
Equity/Rights: Ensuring that all employees and peers are treated fairly.
Intimacy: Sharing thoughts, feelings, and fantasies, mutually and freely, regularly with another person.
Leisure: Engaging in highly skilled activities that totally detach you from the stress of work increases your overall creativity.
Limitation/Celebration: Laughing at one’s imperfections as a way of defining one’s unique skills and talents.
Mission/Objectives: Management of the strategic planning of an organization.
Quality/Evaluation: Appreciating objective self-appraisal. Being open to what other’ reflect back about oneself or team (group) and the products of one’s work for personal growth, and the improvement of service to others.
Search/Meaning/Hope: Seeking to discover one’s uniqueness and to make sense out of day to day existence.
Truth/Wisdom: Reflecting on complex data to develop integrated and practical insights about the interrelationships of people and systems.
Community/Personalist: Committing to a group or team to maximize both independent Creativity and interdependent cooperation.
Prophet/Vision: The ability to raise the awareness and activities of others to the subject of global human issues.
Human Rights: Committing of one’s resources to assuring basic global human rights. (UN Agency, Social Agencies)
Macroeconomics: Managing financial resources within and between institutions to enhance stability and the quality of life of people.
Minessence: Taking complex ideas from different sources and converting them into simplified, practical technology that improves society.
Synergy: Energizing group relationships so as to maximize the creation of new ideas and projects.
Interdependence: Giving preference to cooperation, both personal and inter-organizational, over independent action.