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FarLook’s Values

FarLook Values People

Our values are our guiding principle. By developing the appropriate knowledge, skills and experience of employees and managers, then supporting their efforts and recognizing their achievements, business improves.

Our employees, associates and specialists are required to be ethical, truthful, customer-focused, team players and self-starters. They respect the rights, opinions and positions of others. This includes our clients, as well as their suppliers, customers and other stakeholders.

FarLook people ask questions when things are not clear, listen and observe carefully, and speak-up when there is a concern or suspicion that something is wrong.

We value accountability, discipline, organization, risk management, effective communication, coordination, continuous improvement,  accuracy, a sense of urgency,  a drive to succeed, innovation,  resourcefulness, personal development and loyalty.

Values - Engine of Growth  

The greatest potential for sustainable profitable growth is management’s commitment to its values.

By values, we mean the qualitative goals, that are quantified and that management and its employees strive to achieve all the time, in all their activities and under all circumstances.

Values are Limitless  

They do not depend on external factors.

They create an internal  focus and this helps to motivate employees and in turn, increases profits.

Values are the key to shaping attitudes and energizing the desired behaviours  towards tasks, people, systems (processes), change and cooperation.

Not sure where to begin?

There are various situations when FarLook is asked to make recommendations concerning a company’s performance, its potential for improvement and profitable growth.

The assessments include:

Our objective is to be confident that the recommendations can be implemented to achieve a minimum 3:1 in-scope, ROI (return on investment).