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Speaker Topic: Cultivating a Performance Work Ethic Rooted in Respect
EKTIMIS Speaker Program - Cultivating a Performance Work Ethic Rooted in Respect


 
Standard Fee $8,500.00
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Group Size: Up to 100 Participants

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Product Code: ES-RWP-003
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Description
 
Cultivating a Performance Work Ethic Rooted in Respect - The A-C-E Approach

This program presents the powerful concept of respect as the foundation for performance work ethic. While studies have shown that respect is a vital element in workplace performance, many organizations struggle with how to elevate performance through a culture of respect.

In this presentation the Speaker begins by laying a foundation that introduces the concept and principles of respect rooted in the EKTIMIS Respect Model - an innovative, powerful, visual framework for learning and teaching respect, developed by him through a multi-year research study.

The Speaker goes on to present the "A-C-E" approach, a principle for aligning purpose with work and for cultivating a performance work ethic rooted in respect. The (A-C-E) approach provides the audience with a tangible take-away that may be put to practice immediately.

This program is ideal for a professional audience, as well as a mentee audience, for the purpose of inspiring, transforming, or cultivating habits that support a work ethic that elevates performance. It may also be used as part of an orientation program for new managers (mid-level and senior-level) or when convening a new team preparing to embark on a new project or long-term endeavor.

Typically each participant receives a copy of the book, The Top Ten Laws of Respect in the Workplace - A Professional Guide, authored by the speaker.

This speaking program may be provided in a variety of formats, including Keynote, town hall (interactive), or seminar (instructional / workshop) style. A format that best meets the client's needs and requirements is selected or proposed.
Features
  • Speaker: N. Taiwo (Author of The Top Ten Laws of Respect Principles and Book Series)
    Duration: Up to 3 Hours
    Group Size: Up to 100 Participants
    Typical Format: Seminar/Lecture or Town Hall
    Complements: A Copy of The Top Ten Laws of Respect in the Workplace per Participant

    Travel: Fee Does Not Include Travel Expenses (Billed Separately)

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