Our Values

Core Values:

At DBV*Solutions*Inc. we believe in a set of core values which direct our practice and the behavior of its professionals, as well as protects the reputation of our brand, which we take very seriously:
Accountability – When we say we are going to do something, we do it. We do not commit to doing things which are not possible, setting realistic expectations with our clients from the inception of our engagements. In instances where we commit to something, and later find outside circumstances beyond our control which prohibit accomplishing the commitment, we inform our clients of this immediately.

Compassion – We are sympathetic to our client’s issues and approach all efforts with sensitivity and compassion.

Discipline – We consistently apply our professional competencies, and tirelessly follow through to deliver.

Emotional and Intellectual Intelligence – We possess both the intellectual intelligence to execute in our areas of specialty, along with emotional intelligence to aid us in the accurate discernment of issues and their ramifications. Emotional intelligence also gives us the maturity to admit when we are wrong.

Excellence – We believe in driving to deliver the best in all we do, understating that “good” is not good enough.

Innovation – We expect all our professionals to derive innovative solutions for all our client engagements, based on a thorough analysis of the current environment and breakthrough thinking.

Integrity – We stand behind what we say and our moral principles guide all efforts. It may be hard to deliver tough messages, but we will not misrepresent any facts, or take shortcuts.

Professionalism – We always conduct all client and internal activities in a professional manner.

Servant Leadership – We collaborate with clients, sharing power where you want us to exercise it, put your needs first, and seek to transfer our skills to our clients.

Erik K. Davison
CEO
DBV*Solutions*Inc.

“Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson