We all have “phobias”. But when we surround ourselves with the right people at the right time—when we get to be in an environment where shadows of the 11 Principles of Effective Character are evident—we see nothing but the formation of good character.
Articles that center on Principle 1 of the 11 Principles of Character.
Not only do core values provide a guideline for all decision-making and assessment, they are also a way to make sure everyone is on the same page.
You can’t do it alone. Your stakeholders, and particularly your students, are your greatest assets.
The use of core values as opposed to virtues is suggested for a pragmatic marketing reason.
Slowly, one ripple at a time, one generation at a time, we have the ability to change the communities that we live and work into a safe and peaceful place to live.
Core values are essential in shaping the culture of an organization. These values help all stakeholders define who they are, understand group norms and behavioral expectations, and bring unity and identity to the group.
Stakeholders in a school don’t always agree either as to what is most valuable, but the exercise in discussing values and selecting preferences is worth the time it takes to come to agreement.
Goal setting is one life lesson in particular that can go a long way. These three steps can help kids successfully turn their dreams into achievable goals.