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  • Values to Profit Action Guide

    How to Use Your Action Guide You’ll get the best results from any course you participate in by completing the Action Steps at the end of each module. They will help you apply what you learn directly to your business and your life, maximizing the investment you’re making. Use the following Action Guide to record your answers, insights, and other notes for the Action Steps, which are outlined in your Course Book. You’ll want to refer to each module’s content as you complete the related steps. While we have left space in the guide for each action step, you may feel more comfortable using a separate notebook or digital application for your work. Use whatever method you feel most comfortable with and don’t feel constrained to using the space in the Action Guide alone. In addition, your course may have other Action Sheets, such as spreadsheets or planning templates, which are separate from the guide. Look out for those with your other course materials. Finally, you don’t have to complete all the steps at once. Instead, try setting a specific time on your calendar to work on them. And don’t feel that you have to get it right the first time. Learning is a process that happens as you apply your new skills and knowledge. You’ll want to return periodically to your Action Guide and both remind yourself of the work you’ve achieved and edit your answers as you see their impact. Have fun with it and enjoy the progress and successes that will happen as a result of your work!

  • Top 10 Best Practices & Mistakes to Avoid

    Top 10 Best Practices Take the time you need to identify and refine your core values because they're critical to every aspect of your business. Communicate your core values to your customers explicitly on your About page and other points of contact with them. Get your employees involved in the process of identifying and defining your core values. Take your personal values as inspiration for your professional values; they're often very similar. Seek your customers' opinions and use this feedback to determine whether or not you're living up to your core values. Carefully screen applicants during the hiring process to find those who already adhere to your company's values. Check all of your business's operational protocols against your core values to make sure they adhere. Read the core values of the brands and companies you are inspired by to get ideas for your own. Define your values in language that's as specific as possible. Emphasize the values that set your company apart from your competition. Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid Neglecting the issue of core values. These values are critical to a business's success, so they need to be carefully considered. Using slogans as core values. Each value should be real and meaningful. Creating core values that aren't practiced. Each of your core values should be at the foundation of your company's day-to-day operations. Assuming you're getting through to your customers. Gain customer feedback to help you see whether you're communicating your values effectively or not. Creating core values based on trends. Trends come and go but core values are constant. Acting inconsistently with your values. Once you've identified your values, make sure that every aspect of your business adheres to them. Defining values with vague language. Make the language as specific as possible. Borrowing ideas from other companies. Your core values set your company apart from your competition, so make them unique. Choosing core values that describe rather than define. Your values shouldn't be simply a description of what your business does, but rather what is important to you and your mission. Betraying your personal values. The core values of a company nearly always reflect the personal values of its leader or founder.

  • From Values to Profit for Success Workbook Bundle

    Want this course at 50% off? Available through our community platform where you'll gain access to resources, tools, tips, industry connections and discounted learning. Visit: www.insider.insidefashiondesign.com This workbook will explore the steps you can take to uncover your core values, from examining your life experiences and priorities to identifying your strengths and passions. By following these steps, you can better understand who you are, what you stand for, and what matters most to you personally & professionally, empowering you to live a more fulfilling and purpose-driven life. Strong core values are the glue that holds together a business and allows it to thrive in day-to-day circumstances and stay true to its unique mission. They lie at the heart of its business model and affect every area of its operation. It's no exaggeration to say that they can be the key to whether the business succeeds or fails. What you will discover: Module 1 - The What & Why of Core Business Values Module 2 - What Do Core Values Look Like? Module 3 - Identify Your Personal Values Module 4 - Identify the Values That Will Drive Your Business Module 5 – Put Your Core Business Values Into Action Every business needs to identify its core business values and make sure they're reflected in every aspect of its operation. Doing this offers a wide range of benefits that includes better branding, improved customer service, and a business that’s run more effectively.

  • Workbook

    Strong core values are the glue that holds together a business and allows it to thrive in day-to-day circumstances and stay true to its unique mission. They lie at the heart of its business model and affect every area of its operation. It's no exaggeration to say that they can be the key to whether the business succeeds or fails. Every business needs to identify its core business values and make sure they're reflected in every aspect of its operation. Doing this offers a wide range of benefits that includes better branding, improved customer service, and a business that’s run more effectively. Learning Objectives: By the time you complete this course, you'll be able to: Recognize the importance of core values with real-life examples that show why defining them is critical. List the key elements in creating strong core values and be able to identify the core values of successful businesses. Identify your own personal core values to help guide you in choosing your business’ core values. Identify your own business core values and communicate them to everyone associated with your business. Use strategies to help you implement your core values to make sure your business stays on track. This course is broken down into 5 modules with an introduction and conclusion, to take you step-by-step through From Values To Profit. Module 1 - The What & Why of Core Business Values Module 2 - What Do Core Values Look Like? Module 3 - Identify Your Personal Values Module 4 - Identify the Values That Will Drive Your Business Module 5 – Put Your Core Business Values Into Action

  • Exploring best practices for sourcing.

    Exploring best practices for sourcing. Doing your reseach, material considerations Fiber considerations

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