These principles, the Core Values, which Symbion believes in and constantly strives to build, are: Integrity, Passion for Excellence, Participative Decision-Making, Concern for Society & Environment, Fairness with Care and Transparency. Each of these timeless values ensure our longevity.

INTEGRITY - When truth is paramount

Thoughts and actions entail doing the right thing at all times and in all circumstances; whether or not anyone is watching. This requires inner courage and conviction, no matter what the consequences are. It is honouring one’s commitments and being accountable for one’s actions, end-to-end.


PASSION FOR EXCELLENCE – When best is not enough

Passion for excellence means not doing extra-ordinary things, but doing ordinary things in all pursuits exceedingly well. Passion and excellence are forces that fuel each other on the exclusive path to leadership. As we are what we repeatedly do, excellence then is not an act, but a habit.


FAIRNESS WITH CARE – Harnessing equality

Fairness and Care towards all fellow members are inextricably linked. Weaving the threads of equality, irrespective of caste, creed, religion and gender, into the day to day fabric, ensures fairness for each and every individual. Empathetic care recognises needs and aspirations of all. Only such fairness and care eventually lead fellow members to the dawn of eternal success.


PARTICIPATIVE DECISION MAKING – Involvement engenders Effectiveness

An ideal organisation facilitates participation and involvement of each of its members in various decision making processes, thus ensuring their commitment to such decisions as well as its outcome. It provides a platform for seeking and nurturing constructive ideas from individuals, teams and units which eventually produces exceptional results.


CONCERN FOR SOCIETY & ENVIRONMENT – When every smile matters

Concern for Society & Environment is a sense of responsibility and contribution to society that defines our existence. It entails making a difference in the quality of lives and environment surrounding us. It is important to encourage fellow-members on collective as well as individual basis to fulfil the responsibility of leaving behind a world rich in flora and fauna and rich in time tested values and ideals and above all rich in social fervour for our future generations.


TRANSPARENCY – Openness that builds enduring Trust

Transparency implies openness. It is the opposite of secrecy. It encourages more informed decision making and aids in creating enduring trust among all stakeholders.