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From the Archives: The April 2022 Document Preservation Trip

In 2021, the board committed to the mission of archival preservation making it one of three core strategies of the mission of the institute. In April 2022, Robert Calabrese and Catherine Foster visited the archives and began the comprehensive digital preservation effort of all 146 boxes of Hartman’s print legacy.

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The Timeless Principles of Applying Axiology to Every Person, Situation, and Thing

The 45th Annual Robert S. Hartman Institute Conference theme was Timeless Principles: Thinking Better and Living Fully. The conference spanned three days and multiple sessions throughout the Fall months. Each session featured a vast array of speakers united in the institute’s mission to continue to change the world for the better by transforming value systems to be Relationships (Intrinsic) > Results (Extrinsic) > Strategy (Systemic).

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Value Insights on the Master Axiological Pattern

Vera Mefford shares with the Robert S. Hartman Institute her reflections and insights on value based on the master axiological pattern. This guest post was submitted as a reflection after a Hartman Happy Hour session.

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Remembering Alfonso Lozano González

The Robert S. Hartman Institute remembers Professor Alfonso Lozano González, the first disciple of Hartman. He dedicated himself to spreading Formal Axiology in Mexico in all possible ways.  Professor Lozano was the main promoter of Formal Axiology in Mexico. He participated in the Board of Directors of the RSHI;  in the RSHI annual meetings of 1981, 1982, and 1985 he presented various works related to Education. One of his works was published in the book "Forms of Value and Valuation" edited by Rem Edwards and John Davis. He died on October 29, 2021, in Mexico City.

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What We Should Know About Rita Hartman

Speaking with others[1] at the Robert S. Hartman Institute about Rita Hartman yields a sense of caring and dedication to her husband’s impact on life and her passion for making sure Dr. Hartman’s contributions to value theory, valuation, and other areas are understood, practiced, and advanced.  A fine way to remember each of the contributors memory of Mrs. Hartman is best summed by Mark Moore:  

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The Paradoxical Pairing of Ethics and Compliance

I attended a webinar about ethics the other day. Specifically, it was about how to build and measure an ethical culture in your organization. I liked the concept.

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Hartman History Series - David Mefford

 We continue the Hartman History Series of articles with insight into Dr. David Mefford - Facts Everyone Should Know About David Mefford. The Hartman History Series has been researched and written by RSHI Member and Volunteer Warren Rutherford. You can find out more about the author on his LinkedIn page. RSHI Wisdom Council Member and former Hartman student, Art Ellis, PhD. has helped guide this process.

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The Robert S. Harman Institute Elects New Board Members

The institute is pleased to announce its newly elected Board of Directors who will continue to steward the institute's mission and strategies to change the world for the better by developing, applying, and making famous Formal Axiology and Hartman's legacy.

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Explaining Intuitive Agility With The Hartman Value Profile

Jay Morris shares with us how Intuitive Agility (IA) enables leaders to mentally step out of a chaotic situation to engage their intuitive competence and confidence in order to achieve extraordinary results. It is knowing something without conscious reasoning. 

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Axiology, Demonstrated by Sex In The City

Watch as Sophie Coulthard uses the popular TV series Sex In The City to easily explain Axiology; Systemic, Extrinsic and Intrinsic.

Come and Nerd Out at the Next HHH

Cliff will share with us initial findings of his current research into understanding how college students think. His answers may surprise you.  These insights will shed meaningful insight into how complex, yet highly revealing, a thorough understanding of the HVP and its indices can be for a consultant or counselor who uses this instrument in your practice. 

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