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Core Values and the Air Force Member Overview u Review the Air Force Core Values u Define Personal and Ethical Values u Why Commitment to the Air Force.

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2 Core Values and the Air Force Member

3 Overview u Review the Air Force Core Values u Define Personal and Ethical Values u Why Commitment to the Air Force Core Values is Essential u Checklist for Selecting Values

4 Integrity An unfaltering devotion to honesty, truthfulness, doing one’s duty, and doing what is right

5 Service Before Self The giving of self to provide for the welfare of others. Air Force people focus service in the defense of the nation

6 The standard you should set for yourself Excellence

7 Ethical Values  Universal Codes of Conduct  How We “Ought” to Behave  Accepted Standards of “Right” and “Wrong”

8  Sermon on the Mount  Ten Commandments  Covey’s Universal Principles  Golden Rule Examples of Ethical Values

9 Examples Of Ethical Values Sermon On The Mount u Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit u Blessed Are They That Struggle u Blessed Are The Spiritually Strong u Blessed Are The Merciful u Blessed Are The Pure In Heart u Blessed Are The Peacemakers

10 The Ten Commandments u Have No Other Gods Before Me u Honor Your Father and Mother u Do Not Murder u Do Not Be Unfaithful u Do Not Steal u Do Not Lie or Give False Testimony u Don’t Get Jealous Examples Of Ethical Values

11 Covey’s Universal Values - Fairness - Patience - Dignity - Honesty - Quality - Service - Charity - Kindness - Integrity Examples Of Ethical Values

12 The Golden Rule u “Do Unto Others as You Would Have Them do Unto You” Them do Unto You” u Found in Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity

13 Personal Values u Choices, Beliefs, and Attitudes u Not “Good” or “Bad” u Express Personal Preference

14 My Personal Values u Grow Spiritually u Convey an Active and Personal Concern to All People u Relate Everything u Maintain Openness to Life Experience u Maintain Physical Fitness Examples Of Personal Values

15  Physical Fitness Increases Self Esteem  “The Odd Couple” Felix - Perfectionist Felix - Perfectionist Oscar - Messy, Free Living Oscar - Messy, Free Living

16 Congruent Core, Personal, and Ethical Values Result in Good Decisions Congruent Core, Personal, and Ethical Values Result in Good Decisions Commitment To AF Core Values Is Essential

17 Minimal Congruency ETHICALPERSONAL AF MinimalEffectiveness

18 Maximum Congruency ETHICALPERSONAL AF Maximum Effectiveness Maximum Effectiveness

19  Builds Professional Trust  Builds a Strong Air Force Commitment To AF Core Values Is Essential

20  Exercise Free Choice  Choose from Alternatives  Consider the Consequences  Prize It  Affirm It  Act On It  Repeat It Checklist for Selecting Values

21 1. Make Decision to Get in Shape 2. Choose Running as Best Way 3. Consider Time Commitment 4. Start Training 5. Chart Progress 6. Prioritize Running Years Of Running 1. Exercise Free Choice 2. Choose from Alternatives 3. Consider the Consequences 4. Prize It 5. Affirm It 6. Act On It 7. Repeat It Checklist For Selecting Values “Getting In Shape”

22 Checklist For SelectingValues OT’s Value Of “Serving Your Country” 1. Exercise Free Choice 2. Choose from Alternatives 3. Consider the Consequences 4. Prize It 5. Affirm It 6. Act On It 7. Repeat It 1. Desire to Serve Country 2. Choose Military Service 3. Sacrifices of Military Life 4. Attend OTS 5. Get Commission 6. Be Best Officer 7. Make Leaders

23 Summary u Review the Core Values u Essential Ingredients Needed to Build a Quality Air Force u We Should Work Toward “Meshing” Our Personal, Ethical, and AF Core Values

24 Summary u Define Personal and Ethical Values u Ethical - Universal Codes of Conduct; Common Standards of Right and Wrong u Personal - Choices, Beliefs, Attitudes; Not “Good” or “Bad” in Themselves

25 Summary u Commitment to AF Core Values is Essential u Improves Decisions u Builds Professional Trust u Enhances Mission Effectiveness

26  Checklist for Selecting Values Exercise Free Choice Exercise Free Choice Choose from Alternatives Choose from Alternatives Consider the Consequences Consider the Consequences Prize It Prize It Affirm It Affirm It Act On It Act On It Repeat It Repeat It Summary


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