Value Guidelines

Guidelines in which to educate or advise value inculcation practice. 

  • Courage. To possess the ability to…
    • Make mistakes and learn from mistakes
    • Stand up and try to resolve problems
    • Speak up
    • Stand for the truth, morality, and justice
    • Brave in the face of risk and fear
    • Weigh the consequences and long-term benefit
    • Intervene with confidence
    • Honour and respect all
    • Learn through life’s adversity
    • Be resilient, empathise, and express boldly
    • Reason, encourage and thrive with oneself and others
  • Kindness. To possess the ability to…
    • Understand and exhibit self-sacrifice and compassion
    • Put others before one’s pride, ego, or temporary-self
    • Manifest forgiveness over revenge
    • Wholly endorse equanimity and peace with oneself and others
    • Counter violence, antisocial behaviour, malfunction, abuse, threat, and harm, with loving-kindness
    • Address, intervene, affect, share, and build humanity with community
    • Be positive, self-regulate, and be responsible for one’s mental state to be in a position to help others
    • Practice mindfulness and wellness with oneself and others
  • Discipline. To possess the ability to…
    • Be organised, structured, constructive, credible, and supportive
    • Improve continuously (kaizen)
    • Center self-responsibility and accountability
    • Assert obedience and vigour in pursuit
    • Bear an internal locus of control
    • Be competent and applied in duty
    • Grow with resilience through temptation or distraction
    • Be self-efficacious, proactive, and predictive in preparation
    • Overcome differing situation
    • Critique oneself constructively in pursuit of self-development
    • Understand expectations, rules, and logical consequences
    • Engage in mature self-reflection and team cooperation