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Dr. Kenneth Majer 3655 Nobel Drive Ste 160 San Diego, CA 92122 858-395-2850. by Carrie and Brielle. Career Timeline. Education. Stanford: AB in Psychology FSU: MS in Educational Psychology FSU: PhD in Instructional Systems Design. 13 Significant Accomplishments.

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Dr. Kenneth Majer Nobel Drive Ste 160 San Diego, CA 92122858-395-2850

by Carrie and Brielle

Career Timeline


  • Stanford: AB in Psychology

  • FSU: MS in Educational Psychology

  • FSU: PhD in Instructional Systems Design

13 Significant Accomplishments

  • MajerStrategies, Inc.

  • Chairman of the Executive Committee

  • Navigation Technologies

  • Nissan

  • Motorola

  • State Farm

  • Netscape Intranet HR Service Website

  • AT&T

  • Sharp Health Care

  • LA County Retirement Assoc.

  • University of California

  • Certification Examination

  • US Agency for International Development


  • National and International Companies and Government Agencies





Moore Corporation

Navigational Technologies

Pacific Gas and Electric

Sharp Health Care

State Farm Insurance


Nissan Corporation


Toyota Financial Services

U.S. Government

Values-Based Business QuizDo You Work for a Values-Based Company?10 Questions to identify if you do work for a values-based Business

  • Does your company have a published set

    of values?

4. Do your top executives “talk the talk” and “walk the walk?” In other words, does your leadership do as they say and act the way they expect you to act?

2. Can you state your company’s values off

the top of your head?

3. In your company, would employees fib or

tell a “white lie” to make a sale?

5. Do people in your company communicate openly

and share information or do they horde information

to the point that some people in the company

wonder just what is going on or where the

company is going?

6. Is your company a fun, invigorating place to work?

7. Do people in your company feel they are all pulling together and working on the same team? For example, do they pitch in and help each other during busy times or times of crisis?

8. Do people in your company show respect

and common courtesy for each other?

9. Can you count on people in your company

to follow through every time on commitments

they make?

10. Do people in your company have a passion

for their work?

11. Are employees in your company actively

encouraged to spend time with family and

contribute to the community, even to the

point of taking time off for those activities?

If your score is 19 to 24 (and no individual score is zero), you are probably working for a company that has a strong sense of some of the following values: honesty, integrity, open communication, balanced life, respect, reliability, teamwork and fairness.If your score was 18 or less, or if any individual answer produced a zero score, you may wish to look a little more closely at the organization.

How to converting your values into expected on-the-job behaviors.

  • Establish five to seven shared values or validate those which you have already identified

  • Take the time to define each value

  • Identify four to six key business processes in the


  • For each process, translate each of your already

    determined values into expected (desired) behaviors

Six steps to creating a values-based company

1. Create a set of shared values

2. Convert each value into expected (desired) behaviors

3. Use company values as the basis for performance reviews

4. Communicate your commitment to the values of the company through public reward and recognition.

5. Select new employees based on the match between their values and the values of the company.

6. Create a values-based vision and strategic plan for your company.






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