What are some strong beliefs?

What are some strong beliefs?

If you live your beliefs you can turn the world around.

  • Leading by example.
  • Balancing vision and execution.
  • Showing respect.
  • Accepting accountability.
  • Committing to courage.
  • Delivering inspiration.
  • Taking risks and learning from mistakes.
  • Exhibiting confidence.

What is the role of personal values?

Your values are about what’s important to you; how you want to live your life, including your career, your relationships, and the impact you want to have. Making decisions and living life in line with your values means you’re more likely to feel a sense of purpose, fulfilment and happiness.

What are your top 10 values?

Here are my top 10 personal values:

  • Contribution.
  • Health.
  • Family.
  • Love.
  • Creativity.
  • Success.
  • Truth.
  • Integrity.

What are the values of teaching?

The core of teaching consists of four basic values: dignity, truthfulness, fairness and responsibility & freedom. All teaching is founded on ethics – whether it be the teacher-student relationship, pluralism or a teacher’s relationship with their work. Dignity means respect for humanity.

What are personal beliefs?

A belief is an idea that a person holds as being true. A person can base a belief upon certainties (e.g. mathematical principles), probabilities or matters of faith. A belief can come from different sources, including: a person’s own experiences or experiments.

What are the values in your society?

Social values reflect how we relate to society. Social values include justice, freedom, respect, community, and responsibility. In today’s world, it may seem our society doesn’t practice many values. We have a rise in discrimination, abuse of power, greed, etc.

What are the core values of a school?

School Values

  • COOPERATION: ‘Sharing and learning together’. Cooperation is working together in a team, contributing and sharing in a helpful way.
  • ACHIEVEMENT: ‘Persist and try your best’.
  • RESPECT: ‘Respect each other and our environment’.
  • EMPATHY: ‘Treat others with care and compassion’.