"Our value system is our personal operating system." With this statement the former Microsoft manager Rob Lebow makes clear how important values are for us humans. Values guide our actions. They stand for what is important to us.
Values come to light in a wide variety of areas - both in a single life and in business: Some employees attach importance to good communication, some to an optimal flow of information, some to the quality of their own products and services.
It is precisely these values of the employees that can show a company its status quo: with regard to its own strengths, with regard to its own weaknesses, with regard to entrepreneurial potential for improvement.
With this guiding principle, we at persolog have launched our VAS study.
VAS stands for: Values and Attitudes Study. VAS stands for an employee survey that shows companies in comparison with an internationally determined benchmark: Where do we stand? Where are we top? And where do we have to make adjustments?
These questions show a company the way - to a common corporate culture, to sustainable success.
And you can accompany a company on this path: By showing managers and personnel developers how to profitably utilize the values, attitudes and assessments of their employees.
By conducting and accompanying the persolog® VAS study in companies.
In the new persolog® seminar Leading with values - living values together, you will learn how to do this competently and confidently. How to live individual values and still create a common entrepreneurial spirit.
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Trainers, consultants, personnel managers and coaches who are interested in the current topic of values and want to kill 3 birds with one stone:
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