Join us for an engaging, interactive two-day course on how values impact decision making in our personal, organisational and societal lives.
Discover the tools and gain key insights to address these timely and important questions:
Everything I Have Learned About Values is now available for purchase! The book summarizes Richard Barrett's 30-year journey to understand how values shape our decision-making. In celebration of its release, we invite you to join us for the first of a three-part webinar series to explore the importance of values.
What is organisational culture? Why is it important? And, most importantly, how can you make your culture conscious?
Richard recently sat down with the Business Reporter as part of their "Future CEO" series to answer these questions and more.
Richard Barrett's new book, The Values-Driven Organization - Second Edition, is now available for purchase!
This new edition provides an updated set of tools to assess corporate culture, new case studies on cultural transformation, and additional materials on sustainability, measuring cultural health at work and the specific needs of the millennial generation.
The Leadership Team Values Assessment is a powerful tool to build high performing, values-driven teams that utilize the strengths of its members. It provides an overview of what drives the leaders, how they work together, and what they want to build on or develop for the future.
Creating a high-performing leadership team involves utilising the inherent strengths of each individual member, while fostering cohesion among the group. Our new Leadership Team Values Assessment (LTVA) can help you to do just that.
Designed specifically for leadership teams, the LTVA highlights:
We are excited to announce that "The Values-Driven Organization" is now available in both French and Turkish!
We want to thank all of those involved with getting the book translated and published.
Please use this link to learn more.
This video will reveal the secrets to creating employee commitment. (13-minute video)
To watch the video on our YouTube channel, please click here or click on the video below:
World Values Day is a chance to think about our most deeply held values and to act on them.
If we are aware of our values and put them into action each and every day, we can change our lives and change the world we live in for the better.
This is the World Values Day call to action!
Richard Barrett's new book, A New Psychology of Human Well‐Being, is now available for purchase through Lulu Publishers! It will be another 4‐6 weeks before it is available on Amazon and in eBook format.
In this book, Richard explores the influence of the ego‐soul dynamics on mental and physical health.
Please click here to find the videos from our 2016 CTT International Conference's keynote speakers. All presentations are located in the Library Pod within MyCTT.
We are very excited to announce that the preliminary agenda for our 2016 CTT International Conference this September 28-30 in Toronto, Canada is now available!
The conference is designed to be a welcoming and collaborative space for leaders and practitioners to share powerful stories, foster new ideas, and participate in generative dialogue.
Each day of the conference will have a unique focus with each building upon the day before it.
Values-Driven Leadership in Business and Society
September 28-30, 2016
Register now with the special early registration rate. Early Registration rate ends early 2016.
Have you been working with or curious about values from a national, community or regional perspective?
Would you like to join other practitioners to explore emerging insights and opportunities?
Please join us for the 6th National & Community Values Meeting on September 26-27, 2016!
For more information and how to register, please click here.
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to participate in our pioneering Consciousness Study: “Personal Growth: Change Over Time.”
How do we grow and evolve towards a greater sense of well-being? Change can be uncomfortable and unpredictable; deep transformation rarely occurs in an orderly or linear manner. Often small, hard to predict changes lead to significant shifts in our growth. This study investigates how we change over time.