Core Agency values – What Are they and Why Are they Important?
Let’s start with the question; why are the Agency’s values, so important? Agency values are important since you are likely to determine the success or failure of your Agency. Now my attention is achieved.
Provided that the success or failure of a company is based on a concept that ensures that the time and effort to understand what is behind the question, what is the focus or concept we believe that the best product the result that we want. So, one might ask; only that some of the Agency values.
For a start, the values are what is effort and effort is driving is that the results, good or bad produced. Effort in the wrong places, rarely produces the right results. Because, in reality, there are two things that are important here effort and direction. While both are important, the effort comes first, you have to have a little bit before drawing. Today, we’re only talking about the effort, the address is for another day.
An example of how the values of the unit cost is often and more visibly exhausted in the distribution. A lot of sales activity (an effort), often leads to more sales, but maybe not the right distribution (in the direction). Now here’s the exciting part-you can really make your effort for the selection of values and appropriate skills of the new hire in these values. The key is to understand that people have work, their values, not yours and not try to be someone in something that does not exist. Everything is reduced to the search and hiring people who have values that with the Agency.
So, now slowly becoming clear. Why do we want to know that your Agency values? Answer; you can set of people with values similar to those of our Agency. Now, what are some of the Agency values of importance?
1. Theoretical values – they value knowledge and continuous learning or intellectual growth.
2. Traditional values – those who value traditions inherent in social structure rules regulations and principles.
3. Utilitarian values – the ones that focus on performance, results and rewards for their investments of time, resources and energy.
4. Individualistic values – those who value personal recognition, freedom and control over your future and the future of the other.
5. Social values – those that act to improve the well-being of the other.
6. Aesthetic values – those that followed, a balance in your life, you are creative, self-expressive and have a love for beauty and nature.
And here’s the real important things is that after 40 years of research and work with agencies of all sizes, we know that the values most likely to succeed in any situation.