We are focused on values and our goal is to find a way to bring the position of the Chief Values Office to life in every organization. In this age of amazing technological advancements, broadband information overload, anxiety, turmoil, extremes, diversions, and hope, a Chief Values Officer (CVO)
In this age of amazing technological advancements, broadband information overload, anxiety, turmoil, extremes, diversions, and hope, the role of the Chief Values Officer (CVO) is to guard the organization’s values and virtues, its culture, its spirit, its integrity, its ethical principles and moral foundations, and promotes adherence thereto.
She/he keeps the engine of an organization’s life running smoothly with minimal disruption to the environment and a maximum of character building and social responsibility. A CVO nurtures relationships and preserves the vital interests of all stakeholders of the organization within its immediate sphere of influence.
She/he is charged to keep the human side of an organization functioning on the course of honest, wise, responsible, legal, and accountable business and professional practices and in compliance with community standards and the organization’s or accepted sectorial codes of conduct.