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Our vision and values

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Our vision

Where people matter, communities are connected, and the future is bright.

Our values

Pride

We know that our work is important, and we take pride in doing the best job we can. 

  • We take accountability for actions and results.
  • We recognise and celebrate our achievements.
  • We lead our staff with trust and empowerment.
  • We approach our work with energy and enthusiasm.

Respect

We treat each other with courtesy and respect, and are committed to keeping our environment safe, and free from judgement.

  • We are inclusive and appreciate our diversity.
  • We show compassion and kindness to one another.
  • We bring a positive mindset to work and contribute to a positive culture.

Integrity

We are committed to being authentic, honest and ethical in our work. 

  • We do what we say, and honour our commitments.
  • We use open and transparent communication.
  • We speak up when we see behaviours that compromise our values.

Collaboration

We partner together to achieve shared goals and deliver community focussed outcomes.

  • We build and maintain productive relationships.
  • We work resourcefully and united by shared goals.
  • We work as a team to bring out the best in each other.

Excellence

We are committed to delivering the best community experience and outcome that we are capable of providing.

  • We conduct our work with professionalism.
  • We seek opportunities to innovate and continuously improve.
  • We effectively respond to the changing needs of the community.

Communities of Respect and Equality

Council is invested in communities where respect and equality are intrinsic values, and adoped the following resolution on Tuesday 28 June 2016:

"That Council:

  1. Acknowledges and expresses its support for the Communities of Respect and Equality (CoRE) Plan to prevent violence against women and their children across the Grampians Region; and
  2. Commits to being a member of the Grampians Communities of Respect and Equality (CoRE) Allegiance with the intention of working towards the vision outlined in the CoRE Plan, by undertaking activities that will support progress against one or more of the four strategic goals noted in the Plan".

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Thursday, 11 February 2021 - 10:55am

 

Council acknowledges the traditional Wadawurrung owners of this land. Council pays its respects to Wadawurrung Elders both past and present and extends that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People who are part of Golden Plains Shire.