Living and sticking to your values

The focus for our news section this week is the recent change in attitude towards sending work texts and emails outside work hours, following a change in the law in Portugal. You can also find out why this is Advita’s last news section of the season.

For our big topic, we explore the concept of sticking to and living with your values. Are organisational values worthwhile, and to what extent do they differentiate companies? What happens when we meet people who have opposing values and how does that fit with cultivating inclusivity?

Find out how we advise leaders to live their values while embracing diversity and how we can make an effective link between values, behaviours and decisions for ourselves.

Throughout the conversation we refer to the following books, articles and reports:

Jenni’s blog featuring ‘Call to ban out-of-hours emails’

Rebel Ideas: The Power of Thinking Differently by Matthew Syed

Facebook criticised by its own watchdog over famous users being exempt from rules by Callum Jones, US Business Correspondent at The Times

CIPR Specialist Diploma: Internal Communication

Magma Effect: Values Matter with Jackie Le Fevre

Listening to Shame (The Shame Spiral) TED Talk by Brené Brown

Books by Brené Brown:

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