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PERSONAL VALUES

PERSONALIZED GUIDANCE REPORT

Discovering and understanding your values makes career and personal decision-making easier and helps you define your path in life. Your values govern most of your decisions—whether conscious or unconscious. Being aware of your values is the first step toward understanding why you make decisions and what you regard as important and non-negotiable. Ultimately, this awareness will help you discover your sense of purpose. When our choices align with our values, we experience a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. When they don't match up, we can experience discontent and dissatisfaction. 

This personalized guidance will help you understand your values within the following framework:  

To personalize this guidance, we have measured nine values that influence you: 

  • Achievement - aligned to values such as ambition, success, and influence 

  • Caring – aligned to values such as helpfulness, loyalty, and love 

  • Conservation - aligned to values such as protection and awareness  

  • Enjoyment - aligned to values such as variety, excitement, and adventure 

  • Equality and Justice - aligned to values such as inclusion, fairness, and harmony 

  • Freedom - aligned to values such as learning, exploring, and independence 

  • Respect - aligned to values such as self-respect and capability 

  • Stability - aligned to values such as orderliness, belongingness, and responsibility 

  • Tradition - aligned to values such as respect for customs, history, and institutions 

The following graphics are based on your responses and reveals insights into your values. 

Your top values indicate that you are possibly a - 

Achiever

Achievers value accumulating social and material resources. They often find meaning in self-improvement. Your top values are: 
Achievement 
Respect

Read on to learn more!

Achievement

Achievement is aligned to values such as ambition, success, and influence. 

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that you may not be inspired by power, influence, or success. You do not always enjoy or celebrate individual success and may steer clear of an influential environment. You do not consider Achievement as an important value.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Achievement more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who love to celebrate personal success more than anything else enjoy making consistent progress at work and on projects. They feel inspired to pursue new goals, influence others and be in a charged environment of power and success. However, they feel less motivated when they must take a back seat when taking on a challenge or celebrating someone else's success. Achievement is a value they regard as important, OR Achievement is one of their top values. 

Individuals who like celebrating personal success prefer to make consistent progress at work and on projects. They feel inspired to be in a charged environment of power and influence. They feel less motivated when they must share success and when progress is compromised. Achievement is a value of importance for them. 

Individuals who usually celebrate personal success but are open to sharing the credit with others enjoy making progress and may feel inspired by power and success. However, they may not hold Achievement as their highest value. 

Individuals who may not be inspired by power, influence, or success do not always enjoy or celebrate individual success and may steer clear of an influential environment. They do not consider Achievement as an important value. 

Individuals who are not inspired by power, influence, or success do not enjoy or celebrate individual success and may steer clear of an influential environment. They do not value Achievement enough to let it dictate their actions. 

Caring

Caring is aligned with values such as being helpful, loyal, and loving. 

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that you may not always celebrate others' successes and joys. You do not always enjoy working for the benefit of others and may steer clear of mentoring or nurturing environments. You can stay away from family and friends if you have to for a reason. You do not assign Caring a high place of value.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Caring more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who value celebrating the success and joys of others more than anything else enjoy working for the benefit of others. They feel inspired when they can guide and mentor others. It would demotivate them if they had to spend time away from family, friends, and dear ones. They would feel disappointed if their work involves causing harm to or disregarding others. Caring is a value they assign a place of importance, OR Caring is one of their top values. 

Individuals who like to celebrate the joys of others prefer to work for the benefit of others. They feel inspired in an environment that encourages mentoring. They feel less motivated when they have to spend time away from family and friends. They do not like to disregard or harm others as part of their work. Caring is a value of importance for them.

Individuals who may or may not always celebrate the joys of others not always value being close to family and friends. It may trouble them to disregard others, but they may take on tough tasks if need be. They enjoy working for the benefit of others; however, they may not always consider Caring as a value of high importance. 

Individuals who do not celebrating others' successes and joys do not always enjoy working for the benefit of others and may steer clear of mentoring or nurturing environments. They can stay away from family and friends if you have to for a reason. They do not assign Caring a high place of value. 

Individuals who are not inspired to work for the benefit of others do not enjoy or celebrate others' successes or joys and may steer clear of mentoring or nurturing environments. It wouldn't bother them if they had to be away from family and friends. They may not be perturbed by challenging tasks such as delivering bad news to others. They do not value Caring enough to let it dictate their actions. 

Conservation

Conservation is aligned with values such as protection and awareness. 

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that environmental issues or causes do not inspire you. Green environment movements do not influence your perception of work and the workplace. You do not place a high value on Conservation.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Conservation more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who value celebrating the preservation of the environment more than anything else enjoy it when their work is aligned with an environmental cause. They feel inspired and charged in a place that values a green environment and understands its importance in the world. Conversely, they feel dejected if their work harms the environment. It also demotivates them when their workplace does not consider its potential environmental impact. Conservation is a value they assign a place of importance, OR Conservation is one of their top values. 

Individuals who like to celebrate the preservation of the environment prefer work aligned to an environmental cause and feel dejected if their work harms the environment. They feel inspired in a place that values a green environment and demotivated when their workplace does not consider its potential environmental impact. Conservation is a value of importance for them. 

Individuals who usually celebrate the preservation of the environment may enjoy it when their work is aligned with an environmental cause. However, they may not hold Conservation as their highest value. 

Individuals who are not inspired by the environmental does not let these issues influence their perception of work and the workplace. They do not place a high value on Conservation. 

Individuals who are not inspired to work on environmental causes doesn't let it bother them if they are not working in a green environment. Nor do they care whether their workplace is aligned with environmental causes. They do not regard Conservation as a value that should dictate their actions. 

Enjoyment

Enjoyment is aligned with values such as variety, excitement, and adventure

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that you may not be inspired by fun, excitement, or uniqueness. You do not always enjoy or celebrate creativity and innovation and may steer clear of an unpredictable, exciting situations. You probably prefer a structured, well-defined, and predictable routine. You do not value Enjoyment highly.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Enjoyment more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who value celebrating uniqueness, fun, and excitement more than anything else enjoy having fun in life and at work. They feel inspired by originality, innovation, and creativity. They like to be in a charged situation of excitement and fun. They would feel demotivated if they had to follow a routine or be in a strict professional environment with no scope for fun or experimentation. Enjoyment is a value they assign a place of importance, OR Enjoyment is one of their top values.

Individuals who celebrate uniqueness, fun, and excitement prefer to work in a fun-filled situation. An unpredictable, exciting situation inspires them. On the other hand, they feel discouraged in a strict professional setting with a defined routine and no scope for fun. Enjoyment is a value of importance for their. 

Individuals who usually celebrate uniqueness, fun, and excitement but are also open to a defined, structured situation enjoy having fun and experimenting and may feel inspired by innovation. However, they may not hold Enjoyment as their highest value.

Individuals who may not be inspired by fun, excitement, or uniqueness do not always enjoy or celebrate creativity and innovation and may steer clear of an unpredictable, exciting situation. They probably prefer a structured, well-defined, and predictable routine. They do not value Enjoyment highly. 

Individuals who are not inspired by fun, excitement, or uniqueness do not enjoy or celebrate creativity, innovation, or having fun. They probably avoid unpredictable situations that allow for fun, excitement, and experimentation. They probably prefer a structured, well-defined, and predictable routine. Clearly, they do not value Enjoyment enough to let it dictate their actions.  

Equality and Justice

Equality and Justice is aligned to values such as inclusion, fairness, and harmony. 

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that you may not feel inspired by inclusion, fairness, and harmony. You may steer clear of an inclusive environment. Instead, you may prefer a hierarchical approach. However, you do value Equality and Justice.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Equity and Justice more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who value celebrating inclusion, fairness, and harmony when compared more than anything else enjoy listening to others and having their voice heard. They feel inspired in an environment that values harmony, includes all, and has fair practices. They feel demotivated when they must be part of a hierarchical structure where all voices aren't heard. A top-down authoritative approach would discourage them. Equality and Justice is a value they assign a place of importance, OR it's one of their top values. 

Individuals who like to celebrate inclusion, fairness, and harmony prefer to listen to others and also like being heard. They feel inspired to be in an environment that values harmony and is inclusive and fair. They feel demotivated in a top-down authoritative environment. Equality and Justice is a value of importance for them. 

Individuals who usually celebrate inclusion, fairness, and harmony but are also open to environments that do not incorporate them prefer to listen to others, like being heard and may feel inspired in an inclusive environment. However, they may not hold Equality and Justice as their highest value. 

Individuals who do not feel inspired by inclusion, fairness, and harmony may steer clear of an inclusive environment. Instead, they may prefer a hierarchical approach. However, they do value Equality and Justice. 

Individuals who are not inspired by inclusion, fairness, and harmony do not enjoy or celebrate harmony and fairness. They may steer clear of an inclusive environment and may have a preference for hierarchy. It doesn't matter to them if everybody's voice isn't heard. Clearly, they do not value Equality and Justice enough to let it dictate their actions.  

Freedom

Freedom is aligned with values such as learning, exploring, and independence.

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that you may not be inspired by freedom, independence, and autonomy. You do not always enjoy or celebrate creative freedom at work and may steer clear of a free, open, creative culture. You may be comfortable following the process and working in collaboration or under the direction of others. You do not assign Freedom a high place of value.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Enjoyment more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who value celebrating uniqueness, fun, and excitement more than anything else enjoy having fun in life and at work. They feel inspired by originality, innovation, and creativity. They like to be in a charged situation of excitement and fun. They would feel demotivated if they had to follow a routine or be in a strict professional environment with no scope for fun or experimentation. Enjoyment is a value they assign a place of importance, OR Enjoyment is one of their top values.

Individuals who celebrate uniqueness, fun, and excitement prefer to work in a fun-filled situation. An unpredictable, exciting situation inspires them. On the other hand, they feel discouraged in a strict professional setting with a defined routine and no scope for fun. Enjoyment is a value of importance for their. 

Individuals who usually celebrate uniqueness, fun, and excitement but are also open to a defined, structured situation enjoy having fun and experimenting and may feel inspired by innovation. However, they may not hold Enjoyment as their highest value.

Individuals who may not be inspired by fun, excitement, or uniqueness do not always enjoy or celebrate creativity and innovation and may steer clear of an unpredictable, exciting situation. They probably prefer a structured, well-defined, and predictable routine. They do not value Enjoyment highly. 

Individuals who are not inspired by fun, excitement, or uniqueness do not enjoy or celebrate creativity, innovation, or having fun. They probably avoid unpredictable situations that allow for fun, excitement, and experimentation. They probably prefer a structured, well-defined, and predictable routine. Clearly, they do not value Enjoyment enough to let it dictate their actions.  

Respect

Respect is aligned with values such as self-respect and capability 

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that you may not feel inspired by respectful and open communication. You do not always enjoy or celebrate mutual respect at work and are not particularly drawn to an open, accepting, supportive culture. You may be comfortable even when your contributions are not acknowledged. You do not assign Respect a high place of value.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Respect more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who value celebrating mutual respect more than anything else enjoy work when their views are valued and respected. Situations that encourages respectful communication and interactions inspires them. They feel demotivated when not acknowledged and respected for their contributions. It is stifling when they are in situations that lacks support, acceptance, and mutual respect. They highly value Respect, OR Respect is one of their top values. 

Individuals who like to celebrate mutual respect prefer to work where their views are valued and respected. Situations that encourages respectful communication and interactions may inspire them. They feel demotivated when not acknowledged and respected for their contributions. It feels discouraging when they must be in a situation that lacks support, acceptance, and mutual respect. Respect is a value of importance to them. 

Individuals who usually celebrate mutual respect, but it may not be their most important value enjoy a respectful environment but may not always seek support and acceptance. Therefore, they may not hold Respect as their highest value. 

Individuals who may not feel inspired by respectful and open communication do not always enjoy or celebrate mutual respect at work and are not particularly drawn to an open, accepting, supportive culture. They may be comfortable even when their contributions are not acknowledged. They do not assign Respect a high place of value.  

Individuals who are not inspired by an accepting, supporting, and mutually respectful culture do not enjoy or celebrate open communication and are not particularly drawn to situations providing mutual respect. It doesn't matter to them when their contributions are not acknowledged. They are comfortable when people do not offer support or acceptance. They do not assign Respect a high place of value. Clearly, they do not value Respect enough to let it dictate their actions.  

Stability

Stability is aligned with values such as orderliness, belongingness, and responsibility. 

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that you may not be inspired by order, responsibility, and belonging. You do not always enjoy or celebrate taking on responsibility or organizing things. You may want to avoid situations that encourage a sense of community. You do not assign Stability a high place of value.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Stability more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who enjoy celebrating tradition and culture more than anything else like abiding by traditional practices and working toward enhancing them. They feel inspired in situations that value cultural norms and traditional practices. On the other hand, they feel demotivated when they must make changes that stray from traditional practices. Tradition is a value them to which they assign a place of importance, OR Tradition is one of their top values. 

Individuals who like to celebrate tradition and culture prefer to enhance existing cultural practices. They may feel inspired in situations that value cultural norms and traditional practices. On the other hand, they feel demotivated by new practices and changes. Tradition is a value of importance for them. 

Individuals who usually celebrate tradition and culture enjoy working toward enhancing traditional practices. However, they may not hold Tradition as their highest value. 

Individuals who may not be inspired by culture and tradition do not always enjoy or celebrate cultural practices and may steer clear of a traditional environment. They may want to bring change. They do not assign Tradition a high place of value. 

Individuals who are not inspired by culture and tradition do not enjoy or celebrate cultural practices and steer clear of a traditional situations. They may want to bring in changes and do away with old practices. Clearly, they do not value Tradition enough to let it dictate their actions.  

Tradition

Tradition is aligned with values such as respect for customs, history, and institutions. 

YOUR PERSONAL GUIDANCE

Your responses indicate that you may not be inspired by culture and tradition. You do not always enjoy or celebrate cultural practices and may steer clear of a traditional environment. You may want to bring change. You do not assign Tradition a high place of value.

UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

Other people may value Tradition more or less than you. Appreciating other individuals' values will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. 

Individuals who enjoy celebrating tradition and culture more than anything else like abiding by traditional practices and working toward enhancing them. They feel inspired in situations that value cultural norms and traditional practices. On the other hand, they feel demotivated when they must make changes that stray from traditional practices. Tradition is a value them to which they assign a place of importance, OR Tradition is one of their top values. 

Individuals who like to celebrate tradition and culture prefer to enhance existing cultural practices. They may feel inspired in situations that value cultural norms and traditional practices. On the other hand, they feel demotivated by new practices and changes. Tradition is a value of importance for them. 

Individuals who usually celebrate tradition and culture enjoy working toward enhancing traditional practices. However, they may not hold Tradition as their highest value. 

Individuals who may not be inspired by culture and tradition do not always enjoy or celebrate cultural practices and may steer clear of a traditional environment. They may want to bring change. They do not assign Tradition a high place of value. 

Individuals who are not inspired by culture and tradition do not enjoy or celebrate cultural practices and steer clear of a traditional situations. They may want to bring in changes and do away with old practices. Clearly, they do not value Tradition enough to let it dictate their actions.  

PERSONAS

Here is some information about personas that bring some values together and represent a personality supported by an individual's values.  

Your Potential Persona 

Your top values are: 

Achievers value accumulating social and material resources. They often find meaning in self-improvement. Your top values are: 

  • Achievement 

  • Respect

ACHIEVEMENT

CONSERVATION

CARING

ENJOYMENT

Preservers value conserving old practices — whether natural or cultural. They strive to enhance and maintain traditional customs. Your top values are: 

  • Conservation  

  • Tradition 

Caregivers value helping, supporting, guiding, and caring for others. They choose how and when they care for others. They care more about strong human connections than for material gain. Your top values are: 

  • Caring 

  • Equality and Justice 

  • Stability

Caregivers value helping, supporting, guiding, and caring for others. They choose how and when they care for others. They care more about strong human connections than for material gain. Your top values are: 

  • Caring 

  • Equality and Justice 

  • Stability

Your top values indicate that you are possibly a - 

Achievers value accumulating social and material resources. They often find meaning in self-improvement. Your top values are: 
Achievement 
Respect

Achiever

Persona of Others

Other people may have different values than you. Appreciating other individuals' values and potential persons will help you better understand their perspectives on life and commitment to work. Don't leap to conclusions, judge, or make assumptions. Taking time to understand others is the best way to progress your relationships and career. 

Caregivers value helping, supporting, guiding, and caring for others. They choose how and when they care for others. They care more about strong human connections than for material gain. Their top values are often: 

  • Caring 

  • Equality and Justice 

  • Stability 

Caregiver

Free Spirit

Achiver

Preserver

Free Spirits value being autonomous, i.e., being able to control what they do and when they do it. Their top values are often: 

  • Freedom  

  • Enjoyment 

Achievers value accumulating social and material resources. They often find meaning in self-improvement. Their top values are often: 

  • Achievement 

  • Respect  

Preservers value conserving old practices — whether natural or cultural. They strive to enhance and maintain traditional customs. Their top values are often: 

  • Conservation  

  • Tradition

CONCLUSION

Discovering and understanding your values makes career and personal decision-making easier and helps you define your path in life. Your values govern most of your decisions—whether conscious or unconscious. Awareness of your values is the first step toward understanding why you make decisions and what you regard as important and non-negotiable. Ultimately, this awareness will help you discover your sense of purpose. When our choices align with our values, we experience a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. When they don't match up, we can experience discontent and dissatisfaction. 

Caregivers value helping, supporting, guiding, and caring for others. They choose how and when they care for others. They care more about strong human connections than for material gain. Your top values are: 

  • Caring 

  • Equality and Justice 

  • Stability

Achievers value accumulating social and material resources. They often find meaning in self-improvement. Your top values are: 

  • Achievement 

  • Respect

Free Spirits value being autonomous i.e., being able to control what they do and when they do it. Your top values are: 

  • Freedom  

  • Enjoyment

Preservers value conserving old practices — whether natural or cultural. They strive to enhance and maintain traditional customs. Your top values are: 

  • Conservation  

  • Tradition