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Thursday, January 17, 2013

RBTC's January Tech and Toast: Core Values - Defining, Integrating & Managing Gaps

08:15 AM - 10:00 AM

The Inn at Virginia Tech
901 Prices Fork Road
Blacksburg, VA , 24061


In an ever-changing personal and business world, core values are a universal constant. Please join Interactive Achievement's Richard Hammer as he share his stories and walks us through his history with personal and professional core values.

Our Speaker:
Richard Hammer
VP of Technology, Interactive Achievement

What are Core Values?
An organizations core values are the foundation on which we expect our staff to perform work and conduct themselves in the business world. Our personal code values drive our interactions with the people in our lives: friends, families, and co-workers. We have an entire universe of values at our disposal. Some of these values are so primitive, so important to us, that throughout the changes in society, government, politics, and technology, they remain at the center of our interactions and problems we solve (and likely will for the entirety of our lives).

Discussion Points and Take-Aways:
1. Learn what core values are...and what they are not.
2. Hear what happens when different core values come together (personal and professional).
3. Discover how to identify your own core values and build relationships based on common core values.

For more information on this event, visit RBTC


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