Get to know your people better and establish an alignment of personal and cultural values within your organization
About Valpeo Values Orientation
Get an understanding of the main drivers and concerns of your people.
Valpeo Values questionnaire helps you to get insight into what is important in the life of your people. What drives their behavior and what goals do they pursue? Are these aligned with your strategy in such a manner that everyone's working towards the same objectives? Our questionnaire serves as a guide to identify these motivational drivers and define the desirable values for each role, aligned with your organizational values and culture. Values of your people and of your organization are assessed by using the same value framework. When the values of all members align with those of the organization, they will act as a catalyst for a common vision and future so you can stay ahead.
Obtain a comprehensive and in-depth report with graphical representations
Helps you discover the values of your current and/or potential employees
Average completion time per participant
Define necessary values for each role to ensure cultural fit
Surveys and reports are available in English, Spanish, French, German, and Dutch
Based on the Theory of Basic Human Values, developed by professor doctor Shalom H. Schwartz
Assure yourself that everybody fits/feels good within the culture
Receive an automated report immediately after questionnaire completion
Work with drives/values necessary for the role
Validated results during interview
Science behind the product
Developed by Shalom H. Schwartz
Our values questionnaire is based on prof dr. Shalom Schwartz' Theory of Basic Human Values. His theory is an important theory in the field of intercultural research. It measures the universal values that are recognized throughout all major cultures, and therefore occur in every organization. Ideally, there are certain similarities between the values of the members and those of the organization itself.
Schwartz's theory identifies nineteen such motivationally distinct values and describes the dynamic relations amongst them. It also demonstrates how these values are interconnected, since the pursuit of any of these values results in either the amplification of or friction with at least one other value. These nineteen values are visualized in a circular structure and can oppose one another lightly or more strongly, which has generated their arrangement along two bipolar dimensions. We distinguish four important quadrants.
Growth vs Self protection Social focus vs Personal focus
Schwartz's theory identifies nineteen such motivationally distinct values and describes the dynamic relations amongst them. It also demonstrates how these values are interconnected.
The Cultural Orientation will determine whether an individual fits within your organizational culture and if they feel at ease in their position. It facilitates the positioning and the potential re-positioning of members within a group.
The Behavioral Orientation will provide an insight into the behavior an individual expresses in a professional environment.