Values Clarification

Exercise I- Part A
In front of each value place a number from 1 (the one you value most in the grouping) to 5 (the one you value least).
1.    ( ___ Ambition‚ ___ Broadmindedness‚ ___ Competence‚ ___ Popularity‚___ Helpfulness)
2.    ( ___ Broadmindedness‚___ Creativity‚ ___ Self-Sufficiency‚ ___ Physical Health‚ ___ Aesthetics)
3.    (___ Creativity‚ ___ Security‚ ___ Popularity‚ ___ Appearance‚ ___ Love)
4.    (___ Security‚ ___ Success‚ ___ Leadership‚ ___ Ambition‚ ___ Physical Health)
5.    (___ Success‚ ___ Honesty‚ ___ Appearance‚ ___ Knowledge‚ ___ Broadmindedness)
6.    (___ Honesty‚ ___ Competence‚ ___ Creativity‚ ___ Leadership‚ ___ Leisure)
7.    ( ___ Competence‚ ___ Self-Sufficiency‚ ___ Knowledge‚ ___ Emotional Health‚ ___ Security)
8.    (___ Self-Sufficiency‚ ___ Popularity‚ ___ Leisure‚ ___ Spirituality/Faith‚ ___ Success)
9.    (___ Popularity‚ ___ Physical Health‚ ___ Emotional Health‚ ___ Equality‚ ___ Honesty)
10.(__ Physical Health‚ ___ Appearance‚ ___ Spirituality/Faith‚ ___ Ethics‚ ___ Competence)
11.(__ Appearance‚ ___ Leadership‚ ___ Helpfulness‚ ___ Self-Sufficiency‚ ___ Equality)
12.(__ Leadership‚ ___ Knowledge‚ ___ Ethics‚ ___ Aesthetics‚ ___ Popularity)
13.(__ Knowledge‚ ___ Leisure‚ ___ Physical Health‚ ___ Helpfulness‚ ___ Love)
14.(__ Leisure‚ ___ Emotional Health‚ ___ Aesthetics‚ ___ Ambition‚ ___ Appearance)
15.(__ Emotional Health‚ ___ Spirituality/Faith‚ ___ Love‚ ___ Broadmindedness‚ ___ Leadership)
16.(__ Spirituality/Faith‚ ___ Equality‚ ___ Ambition‚ ___ Creativity‚ ___ Knowledge)
17.17.( __ Equality‚ ___ Ethics‚ ___ Broadmindedness‚ ___ Security‚ ___ Leisure)
18.(__ Ethics‚ ___ Helpfulness‚ ___ Success‚ ___ Emotional Health‚ ___ Creativity)
19.(__ Helpfulness‚ ___ Aesthetics‚ ___ Security‚ ___ Honesty‚ ___ Spirituality/Faith)
20.(__ Aesthetics‚ ___ Love‚ ___ Equality‚ ___ Success‚ ___ Competence)
21.(__ Love‚ ___ Ambition‚ ___ Honesty‚ ___ Self-Sufficiency‚ ___ Ethics)
Exercise I- Part B
Definition of Values used in 21 Lists
Aesthetics Appreciation and enjoyment of beauty for beauty’s sake
Ambition Strong desire for achievement
Appearance Concern for the attractiveness of one’s own person
Broadmindedness Open-minded‚ tolerant
Competence Capable‚ effective
Creativity Imaginative
Emotional Health Peace of mind‚ freedom form overwhelming anxiety
Equality Equal opportunity for all
Ethics ha‎ving principles of conduct
Helpfulness Working for or devotion to others
Honesty Truthful‚ sincere
Knowledge Seeking of truth‚ information
Leadership Influence over others
Leisure Time for enjoyment‚ gratification
Love Devotion‚ companionship‚ warm attachment to another
Physical Health Freedom from physical disease or pain
Popularity Being liked‚ approved and accepted by many
Spirituality/Faith Belief in and activity held on behalf of a Higher Power
Security Freedom from concern for material resources
Self-Sufficiency Self-reliant‚ independent
Success Accomplishment brought about by effort and determination
Exercise II – Part A
Values Clarification – Work Values Inventory
5= “Very Important”‚ 4= “Important”‚ 3= “Moderately Important”‚ 2= “Of Little Importance” 1= “Unimportant”
“I value work in which I…”
1.    have to keep solving new problems
2.    help others
3.    can get a raise
4.    look forward to changes in my job
5.    have freedom in my own area
6.    gain prestige in my field
7.    need to have artistic ability
8.    am one of the gang
9.    know my job will last
10.can be the kind of person I would like to be
11.have a boss who gives me a square deal
12.like the setting in which my job is done
13.get the feeling of ha‎ving done a good day’s work
14.have authority over others
15.can apply new ideas
16.cr‎eate alternative solutions
17.am rewarded for what I produce
18.have a boss who is reasonable
19.am sure of always ha‎ving a job
20.add beauty to the world
21.make my own decisions
22.have pay that keeps up with the cost of living
23.am mentally challenged
24.use leadership abilities
25.have adequate lounge‚ toilet and other facilities
26.have a way of life‚ while not on the job‚ that I like
27.form friendships with my fellow employees
28.know that others consider my work important
29.do not do the same thing all the time
30.feel I have helped another person
31.add to the well-being of other people
32.do many different things
33.am looked up to by others
34.have good contacts with fellow workers
35.lead the kind of life I most enjoy
36.have a good place in which to work (quiet‚ clean‚ enough space)
37.plan and organize the work of others
38.need to be mentally alert
39.am paid based on equity
40.make up my own schedule
41.make attractive products/services
42.am assured of another job in the company if mine ends
43.have a supervisor who is considerate
44.see the results of my efforts
45.contribute new ideas
 
Exercise I – Scoring the 21 Lists
Aesthetics (2‚12‚14‚19‚20; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Ambition (1‚4‚14‚16‚21; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Appearance (3‚5‚10‚11‚14; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Broadmindedness (1‚2‚5‚15‚17; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Competence (1‚6‚7‚10‚20; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Creativity (2‚3‚6‚16‚18; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Emotional Health (7‚9‚14‚15‚18; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Equality (9‚11‚16‚17‚29; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Ethics (10‚12‚17‚18‚21; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Helpfulness (1‚11‚13‚18‚19; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Honesty (5‚6‚9‚19‚21; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Knowledge (5‚7‚12‚13‚16; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Leadership (4‚6‚11‚12‚15; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Leisure (6‚8‚13‚14‚17; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Love (3‚13‚15‚20‚21; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Physical Health (2‚4‚9‚10‚13; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Popularity (1‚3‚8‚9‚12; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Spirituality/Faith (8‚10‚15‚16‚19; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Security (3‚4‚7‚17‚19; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Self-Sufficiency (2‚7‚8‚11‚21; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Success (4‚5‚8‚18‚20; Total of Your Value Ratings …..)
Exercise II – Part B
Creativity (15‚ 16‚ 45; Your score ….)
Management (14‚ 24‚ 37; Your score ….)
Achievement (13‚ 17‚ 44; Your score ….)
Surroundings (12‚ 25‚ 36; Your score ….)
Supervisory Relations (11‚ 18‚ 43; Your score ….)
Way of Life (10‚ 26‚ 35; Your score ….)
Security (9‚ 19‚ 42; Your score ….)
Associates (8‚ 27‚ 34; Your score ….)
Esthetics (7‚ 20‚ 41; Your score ….)
Prestige (6‚ 28‚ 33; Your score ….)
Independence (5‚ 21‚ 40; Your score ….)
Variety (4‚ 29‚ 32; Your score ….)
Economic Return (3‚ 22‚ 39; Your score ….)
Altruism (2‚ 30‚ 31; Your score ….)
Intellectual Stimulation (1‚ 23‚ 38; Your score ….)
 
 
 

Simon‚ Sidney B.‚ Howe‚ Leland W.‚ Kirschenbaum‚ Howard. (1972). Values Clarification: a handbook of practical strategies for teachers and students. New York : Hart Pub. Co.