Resources for Humber ORI: Intro to Values Perspectives

Thank you for taking the Kairios Values Perspectives survey. Here are some resources for you. Click on the owls below to download.

We can post additional resources as requested. Most recent (scroll down): The Six Kairios Values Perspectives (pdf). Check it out! 

Contact us: Cheryl De Ciantis cdeciantis@kairios.com & Kenton Hyatt khyatt@kairios.com 

An editable Word document to help you reflect on what your Values Perspectives Survey results mean.

Powerpoint slides used in workshop session 21. October 2021, with notes

This graph is a summary of all the choices made by the group in completing each of the three steps in Kairios Values Perspectives survey. It represents a values energy “snapshot.” Most highly-energized values are in red; next-most in blue; least in gray italic. Total values “energy” in each Perspective is represented by a relative percentage. Note that not selecting values does not mean they are not active; they are either less important in aggregate or are already activated and need little conscious attention.

Questions to consider:

In what ways might this graph reflect how you have experienced each other as a group?

How do individual/diverse values and values Perspectives/worldviews align with this snapshot? How do they differ?

What values might you choose to operationalize as norms in your group? What additional values might you wish to consider?

We posit four leadership Styles based on the Values Perspectives model

http://integralleadershipreview.com/7601-values-driven-leadership/

This pdf contains the descriptions of the six Kairios Values Perspectives.

We all have energy distributed through the six values Perspectives. Being aware of your own values perspective, or worldview, can be helpful in understanding your own values better. Understanding the six Perspectives can help with understanding as well with gaining insight into others’ values worldview, for better mutual communication and understanding. Caveat: always check any assumptions made about others by asking respectfully–and non-judgmentally: “What’s most important to YOU?” communication