This is such a powerful value; it requires that you give it before you can expect to recieve it, but in cultures around the globe and througout time it has been sought after by almost everyone.
Traditionally, respect has been shown with physical gestures such as bowing to elders, or kneeling to kings, and with language via honorifics such as 'Sir' or 'Maam'. But in today's culture we are starting to show respect not in physical gestures, but in how we treat and interact with each other. Simple things like being present in meetings, acceptance of other practices and traditions are becoming the new norms.
Scrumguides.org tightens up the definition of respec
At Allison Agile, not only do we treat our customers and clients with respect, we live this in our office and our lives.