Core Values FAQs

Understanding Core values
  • The Tradition & Change Core Values

    The Tradition & Change Core Values scale describes the extent to which one values change and innovation. Individuals who score high on this scale can be described as risk-taking, constantly seeking and trying new things, and critical of the status quo. Individuals who score low on this can scale be described as traditional, conforming, and upholding of social conventions and norms.

  • The Humility & Power Core Values

    The Humility & Power Core Values scale describes the extent to which one values social status and dominance. Individuals who score high on this scale can be described as being drawn to positions of leadership and influence, ambitious, and hungry for recognition. Individuals who score low on this scale can be described as being humble, egalitarian, and cooperative.

  • The Leisure & Achievement Core Values

    The Leisure & Achievement Core Values scale describes the extent to which one values mastering new skills. Individuals who score high on this scale can be described as being highly focused on their personal and professional development, having a strong need to be competent in their domain, and goal oriented. Individuals who score low on this scale are motivated to live a relaxed life and are unlikely to challenge themselves unless it is necessary.

  • The Intuition & Learning Core Values

    The Intuition & Learning Core Values scale describes the extent to which one values curiosity and difference. Individuals who score high on this scale can be described as having a hungry mind that is curious about the world, tolerant and welcoming towards different people and cultures, and appreciative of arts and culture. Individuals who score low on this scale can be described as practical and pragmatic, preferring to stick to the familiar, and likely to endorse conservative ideals.

  • The Expedience & Principles Core Values

    The Expedience & Principles Core Values scale describes the extent to which one is motivated by living in accordance to one’s moral code. Individuals who score high on this scale can be described as being principled, of high integrity, and altruistic. Individuals who score low on this scale can be described as having a flexible moral compass, likely to put themselves before others, and preferring to do what is easy over what is right.

  • The Independence & Relationships Core Values

    The Independence & Relationships Core Values scale describes the extent to which one values social connection and affiliation. Individuals who score high on this scale can be described as someone who is sociable, strongly prioritizes relationships in their lives, and derives a lot of joy from social connection. Individuals who score low on this scale can be described as being independent, uninterested in building and maintaining relationships, and likely to be candid towards others.

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