>If everyone were capable of acting viscerally and could articulate their
>core principles, we could build a common set of core values around which
>the list could flourish as a common ledge from which we could build toward
>a set of principles that might drive an LO. This is an exciting prospect
>for me! Comments? ... Keith
>Keith Cowan <72212.51@CompuServe.COM>
I'm also fascinated by the prospect, and relate to this visceral v.
cerebral issue. And have caused various problems all my life for being
'strongly principled'. So I can't resist, here goes with one to start:
- treat others as they would have you treat them (i learnt this the hard
way, previously following 'treat others as you would have them treat you'
this implies respect, consideration, selflessness....
all things i believe necessary to Listen to people, and speaks to a
fundamental in a Learning Organization.
as i'm new to this list (thanks to Keith, here i am) i leave it to you
keith to start up the potential new thread, and to distinguish values and
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