What Are Your Core Values?

I’ve been working with a client this month and helping him define his goals and strategies for his personal and professional life. A key to leading his company is to have a clear vision the team can follow, so we started by helping him define his Core Values. During that process I realized I have never written down my own either.

I sent an email to my CEO Peer Group Members here in DFW, as well as my Executive Coaching and Leadership Development clients, and asked them for three characteristics or qualities they see in me, as part of a reality check of what I felt my core values were. Peer to Peer Advisory Groups require you build trust and accountability with each other, so how I am seen to my group members means a lot to me.

I got great feedback and narrowed it down to four Core Values of how I run Renaissance Executive Forums Dallas. I listed the feedback under one of the four values and listed them below. Candidly, I may not have listed these four core values if I had not asked for feedback from people who see me in action each month, and their feedback reinforced my passion to have a business that changes and impacts lives of business owner and CEO’s here in DFW.

The Core Values for Renaissance Executive Forums Dallas

1. We Show Love

  • Passionate
  • Love
  • Caring
  • Hope
  • Spirituality
  • Faithfulness   

2. We Serve Beyond Expectations       

  • Servant
  • Thoughtfulness
  • Generosity
  • Encouragement
  • Empowerment

3. We Pursue Excellence

  • Integrity 
  • Pursuit of excellence 
  • Very organized
  • Excellent follow through and follow-up 
  • Consistency
  • Committed

4. We Keep it Real

  • Sincerity
  • Honesty 
  • Boldness
  • Openness
  • Charisma
  • Transparency
  • Insight
  • Genuine

I’m sharing these with you to encourage you to define your own core values and then hire, train, and hold people accountable to live these out. If you need help doing this you can contact me for guidance.

Robert Hunt

Business Owner of Renaissance Executive Forums Dallas

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