Discovering your values

by Barrie Hopson on July 28, 2010 · 1 comment

in Meaning,The Book

In our book we have a whole chapter on this crucial topic and an exercise (we call them Can Do’s) to help you identify your key values. We recently came across another way of analysing your results from this exercise by Rebecca Nestor. This took me back to research techniques that I used to use when I worked at Leeds University but I thought was intriguing enough to pass on to you. We invited Rebecca to do a guest posting in which she described the process. You will find this on her own website. She describes it as being ‘a bit nerdy’. I know a number of portfolio workers who would fall under that category – including me – so do have a look and have a go.

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1 Rebecca Nestor July 29, 2010 at 11:02 am

Just wanted to comment that following this link kindly posted by Barrie, the number of visits to my blog has shot up – and to say that this confirms the massively useful advice on blogging, tweeting etc in And What Do You Do. Connecting breeds connecting!

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