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Identify values and increase their sense of meaning

Practicing personal values gives a sense of meaning and creates inner motivation. Clarity and knowledge of one’s personal values strengthen self-worth and make it easier to prioritize and make conscious decisions.
Leaders who have insight into their personal values and the organisation are perceived to be more credible and find it easier to make decisions, which is why value congruence always begins with the individual.

Who is it for?

  • Managers
  • Mentors
  • Therapists
  • Coaches
  • HR 
  • Individuals
  • etc.

How does an individual facilitation work?

The individual journey encompasses three 1.5–2 hour sessions – face-to-face or online. It can stand alone or be the starting point of a longer development process. The completely experience-based process deepens your awareness and insight into your personal values – what is truly important for you right now and why.
The individual process is also Step 1 of our Value.Team process as we believe that every member of a team benefits from experiencing the journey of self-discovery around personal values to fully prepare them for a truly fruitful conversation about shared values.

Hello, Erica Elam

Specializing in executive and leadership development for women.


”I hadn’t imagined how in-depth the process, insights and applications would be! I’ve done a few values assessments previously, but they were very simplistic in comparison to the Value.Online.

The assessment itself was rigorous in forcing you to always prioritize to a single value – resulting in likely a truer assessment as you really have to discern between the available options. I appreciated the multiple activities around identifying clusters, exploring the Foundational, Focus and Aspirational values, my role models, and what values I could draw upon to realize and live into my aspirational values.

The entire process was very thought provoking. I’m excited to explore further, as I think this is a very substantive vehicle to dig deeper into living into your passion and authenticity.”

Looking for a facilitator?

There are over 300 certified Value.Online facilitators around the world, ready to provide you with the tools you need to improve well-being and achieve better results on both an individual, team and organisational level.
Get in touch with a facilitator through the Value.Online facilitator page.

Want to become a facilitator?

Are you a leader looking to improve your organisation’s workplace? Or a coach seeking new tools to offer your clients? Perhaps you work in HR and are interested in achieving congruence within your organisation? Join hundreds of certified Value.Online facilitators around the world by signing up for one of our training courses.

What next?

Participate in the community

The Point of Value community is where it’s happening – the conversations, the progress and the evolution of Value.Online

Attend our Value.Lab

Value.Lap is a monthly forum for co-creation of new processes, products, tools and applications.
Join us!

Participate in the community

We can help everyone get in touch with their values. So whether you’re an individual looking to better understand yourself, or you work with a team or an organization, it all starts with our Value Basic Process.

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a facilitator?

Team culture is the expected behaviors and priorities that the team stands for and promotes. Teams are key building blocks in achieving value harmony between the individual and the organization.

In a team where the individual feels comfortable and aligned, they have the opportunity to practice their values. This creates meaning and inner motivation. But when team values fall out of alignment, everything suffers. People hate their work, staff retention suffers, and team productivity plummets.

About organizational values

Organizations, big and small, are made of smaller teams with their own sets of values. But the values of the wider organization plays a crucial role in aligning these teams together to produce a harmonious whole.

In a value-driven organizational culture, transition and changes are natural since everyone knows what to do and why. When people can identify with the organization’s purpose and culture, their motivation contributes to higher commitment and productivity.

When organizations are not aligned, it can often result in a culture where teams feel like they compete adversarially. And it makes it harder to get anything meaningful done outside of your team or department.

[An anecdote about the team and personal values mismatch TK]