What our core values mean to us:
Our organization's culture is formed by company traditions, events, and daily interactions between people on our team. We take pride in our core values and apply them to all that we do in our organization. These core values light the way and play a big part in motivating our team to do their best work. They tell employees, prospects, and members who we are as a company. If our team doesn’t know who we are or what we’re about – well, they’re not going to be able to effectively represent Bucs. Integrity. Respect. Compassion. Growth. Generosity. It’s important to remember that In every environment, shared core values are a powerful reminder that no one person can achieve everything on their own.
To have Integrity a person is self-aware, accountable, responsible, and truthful, especially when no one is looking. Their actions are internally consistent. Be honest about who you are and what you do. You’ll be able to look at yourself in the mirror with pride.
Respect means that you accept somebody for who they are, even when they're different from you or you don't agree with them. Respect in your relationships builds feelings of trust, safety, and wellbeing. Respect doesn't have to come naturally – it is something you learn. God has created all people in His image. As a response, we show respect to all.
This is the core value of being kind and unselfish, especially with our money and time. The generous person gives with no expectation but receives a great return. By offering this core value, it benefits us with both physical and mental health as well as a general sense of well being. Generosity creates a ripple effect that inspires positive change for all involved
With Growth as a core value, we are always innovative, looking for new ways to make our communities shine. we are never satisfied with the status quo. We are tougher than we think, and we work best when we work together, growing as a team.
Compassion is detaching judgment so that you can appreciate others' perspectives and/or situations when they are different from your own. To be compassionate you need to be genuinely concerned about the other person or people's needs.