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A values-based culture is a living, breathing culture of shared core values among all employees. A values-based culture is shaped by a clear set of ground rules establishing a foundation and guiding principles for decision-making, actions and a sense of community. In a values-driven culture, employees find alignment between their personal values and the organization’s values, creating a unified and motivated workforce. Management and leadership set examples for their organizations and live the values they preach.

J.R. Fox Leadership Series

October 12 and 13
Special Guest Speaker: Brigadier General Jack R. Fox (U.S. Army, Retired) 

Current Schedule of events:

12
October
2021
See Gen. Fox's full presentation on our resources page.
4 p.m.: Transmountain Session
Room Number: B301
Open to physicians, residents and clinical staff at Transmountain
13
October
2021
7:30 a.m. Kenworthy Session
Room Number: Conference Room 143 A
Open to physicians, residents/fellows and clinical staff at Kenworthy
4 p.m.: Alberta Session
Room Number: AEC 201 A and B
Open to physicians, residents/fellows and clinical staff at Alberta
5 p.m.: Student Leaders Session
Students are invited to learn the importance of values-based leadership. Attendance at this session will provide credit towards the Standards of Excellence and be taken into account for the Registered Student Organization Leadership Awards. Organizations with at least 5 members present will be entered for a chance to receive $250 toward an approved event or initiative. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP in Tech Engage to confirm your attendance.

Retired Brigadier General Jack R. Fox served as Cabinet Secretary of the New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services from November 2014 to December 2018. He was unanimously confirmed by the New Mexico State Senate in that position in January 2015. Prior to this appointment he served with the Army, Army Reserve and the New Mexico National Guard. General Fox is a graduate of the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) and New Mexico State University (NMSU). Upon graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from NMSU, he was commissioned as a U.S. Army Second Lieutenant / Infantry in 1969. While stationed in Ft. Benning, GA, he earned a Master’s Degree in Education from Georgia State University.

Following his initial retirement in 1995, General Fox taught social studies at Hereford High School in Texas where he was selected at the Koobraey Teacher of the Year in 1998 and 1999. At Hereford he was a coach for the girls’ softball and cross-county teams. In 1999 he was selected to serve as Commandant of Cadets at NMMI, Roswell, NM. In 2004 he was selected to serve as President of St. John’s Military School in Salina, KS. In 2007 he was recalled to serve as Deputy Adjutant General of the New Mexico National Guard; a position in which he held until his retirement in 2010. He is a member of the NMMI Hall of Fame and the NMSU ROTC Honor Company. He is a lifetime member of the VFW and the Vietnam Veteran’s of America. He is currently serving as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Higher Learning Commission. General Fox and his wife, Marvine, have been married for 52 years and currently live in Placitas, NM.