RSHI Newsletter: SPRING 2016

[DOWNLOAD] 2016 RSHI Spring Newsletter Greetings and best wishes for a wonderful year ahead. We at the Hartman Institute are excited about the opportunities facing us. For one thing, we have a new board member, Tom Creely, a professor of both Ethics and Leadership at the Navy War College in Newport, Rhode Island. Tom is …[Read more]

RSHI Newsletter: SPRING 2015

The excerpt below is from our RSHI President K.T. Conner. The Spring 2015 edition of the RSHI Newsletter can be downloaded from the link below. The new board is working harder than ever to create the tech-savvy organization that Hartman’s legacy deserves. The web site is being updated constantly and now registrations and renewals can …[Read more]

Come to Berlin: 2015 European RSHI Conference

Dear Member & Friends, I am delighted to invite you to join us in the city where Robert S. Hartman was born on January 27, 1910. We named your conference “In the footsteps of Robert S. Hartman” and we will truly walk in his footsteps. Your board is preparing a very practical oriented programme for …[Read more]

RSHI Newsletter: November 2014

The excerpt below is from our RSHI President K.T. Conner. The November 2014 edition of the RSHI Newsletter can be downloaded from the link below. In my last President’s letter I reflected on the following: Today, as we move forward building on what has been, we see more people touched by the richness of value …[Read more]

In Memoriam: David Mefford

MEMORIAL TRIBUTES TO DAVID MEFFORD, WHO DIED APRIL 30, 2014   You went so swift and yet so gently into that good night, my love…and left me here to carry on – but not alone; I feel your presence and your passion in the warm caress of sun and drops of rain…and summer nights starred …[Read more]

HVP ORIGINAL PART 1

THE HARTMAN VALUE PROFILE By Robert S. Hartman, Ph.D. and Mario Cardenas Trigos, M.D. PART I: PHRASES DIRECTIONS On the right you will find 18 words or phrases. Each of these phrases (or words) represents something on which individuals may place different “values” (good or bad)—depending on their own feelings about how good or bad …[Read more]

HVP STANDARD PART 2

PART II: QUOTATIONS Read these directions carefully. They are different from those of Part I. DIRECTIONS On the right you will find 18 quotations. Each quotation concerns something on which individuals may place different “values” (good or bad). You are to rank them depending on your own feelings about how much you agree or disagree …[Read more]

HVP STANDARD PART 1

THE HARTMAN VALUE PROFILE By Robert S. Hartman, Ph.D. and Mario Cardenas Trigos, M.D. PART I: PHRASES DIRECTIONS Each phrase on this profile represents something on which individuals may place different “values” (good or bad). You must rank them according to your own feelings about how good or bad it is. Read all the phrases …[Read more]

HVP ORIGINAL, PART 2

PART II: QUOTATIONS Read these directions carefully. They are different from those of Part I. DIRECTIONS On the right you will find 18 quotations. Each quotation concerns something on which individuals may place different “values” (good or bad)—depending on their own feelings about how much they agree or disagree with it, that is, how true …[Read more]

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