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- 1. Why values matter
- 2. How values work
- 3. How we use values
- 4. How values change
- 5. Frames
- 6. Implications
- 7. Where next?
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- How strong is the evidence behind the circumplex?
- Should we try to change people’s values – is this ethical?
- Is this just about tweaking communications?
- What about speaking to those who are generally motivated by extrinsic concerns?
- We have built up relationships with those in positions of power; and we still need to engage those with influence. Aren’t appeals to intrinsic values going to alienate them – or simply fall on deaf ears? And doesn’t this mean we need to appeal to their existing priorities?
- Are you saying people who have power cannot be intrinsically motivated?
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Learn how staff at Friends of the Earth have been able to put the organisation’s values into practice by bringing equality and diversity more strongly into its organisational strategy.
Matthew Taylor makes the the case for promoting a more empathic and self-aware society.
A report from within civil society exploring shared vales and organisational barriers in the sector.
Addressing a number of current strategy issues in civil society such as a narrow focus on single issues and short term outcomes and a lack of systemic thinking.
Exploring the relationship between extrinsic goals, wellbeing, and social and environmental issues.
Michael Sandel’s arguments in his book What Money Can’t Buy revolve importantly around the way in which charging for a good or service changes its nature. He writes: “Standard economic reasoning assumes that commodifying a good – putting it up for…
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