Our Core Values

Core Values
It is through the cultivation of Indigenous Principles, together with a practice that brings about an elevated emotional connection to the principles, that our values will strengthen over time, and so too, will our culture.

“Times change but principles do not. Times change but lands do not. Times change but our culture and our language remain the same. And that’s what you have to keep intact. It’s not what you wear – it’s what’s in your heart.” — Oren Lyons, Onondaga

These are our core values, those we strive to live and work by on a daily bases.

From The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

  • Don’t make assumptions
  • Don’t take things personally
  • Always try and do your best
  • Be impeccable with your words


From Indigenous Teachings

  • Respect all life and see ourselves as a part of a living system
  • Respect elders and seek to learn all we can from them
  • Respect both genders equally and seek to learn from one another
  • Respect for diversity of opinions, styles and approaches
  • Live and work intentionally
  • Be courageous and committed to always doing the right thing
  • Be humble
  • Be authentic
  • Be honest
  • Be kind and generous
  • Be passionate and always explore what brings us passion
  • Seek to build others up as we would wish them to do for us
  • Communicate with an open heart, always willing to listen at least as hard as we speak
  • Embrace change
  • Be always willing to consider one’s own part
  • Show, understand and appreciate the value of non-measurable outcomes

Learn About Glenn’s Book Shift

Shift: Indigenous Principles for Corporate Change


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