Programs Tagged With "Ethics"
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A practical, real-life view of costs and benefits
In this program we explore the actual organizational dollars and sense costs and benefits of ethical business behavior in a fun, creative and supportive environment. Using real-life scenarios and practical exercises developed from more than 25 years in the corporate world and 10 years as an entrepreneur, we walk through the steps to creating an ethical workplace and evaluate the potential impact o... (MORE)
As a speaker I understand above all else character and ethics is what I need to have behind me to speak and to inspire. If a speaker has not done there character homework what they say will not hold up. There is a standard of right and wrong that we refer to as ethics. Termed as human rights, not to steal, murder,assault, or commit fraud and be trustworthy and honest in all our doings . This is wh... (MORE)
Engaging Support for Organizational Learning and Success
The impact of globalization and technology has changed the landscape, skills, and dispositions necessary to develop effective organizations. Whatever It Takes, Inc., through consultant Jamyce Banks, will help you address those changes in an enthusiastic and engaging environment. Speaking and presentation areas include providing an overview of the expanding definition and changing role of culture... (MORE)
Understanding the politics of food in current policy debates around how we eat
In recent years, the food industry has become more aggressive in undermining public policy. How can the public be better prepared for industry responses? Understanding who's who among industry lobbyists and their tactics is critical to help inform policy strategies. This presentation describes:
- Food industry trade groups and how they lobby;
- Industry front groups are how they shape ... (MORE)
Personal or Professional, the Rules of Relationships Are the Same
In this presentation, the importance of relationships at every level is reviewed with factual and humorous anecdotes. A selection of topics covered are as follows:
1 - An organization's ability to manage relationships is critical to their success.
2 - A leader's ability to build relationships directly correlates to the degree of their success.
3 - A manager's ability to establish relation... (MORE)
Embracing Your Role as a Leading Lady
Men are not hairy women. Women are not small-sized men. Men and women have different needs and different leadership styles in the workplace. Knowing these differences can save a lot of time and heartache. A good leader helps guide, motivate and generate a sense of trust in the people that follow them. It’s so much easier to do when you can be true to yourself while giving those on your team ... (MORE)
Learn How to Deal with Difficult People at Work and Home.
Your audience will be fascinated by the hilarious stories Stan will pull out of his hat as he shares from his forty years of being an employer and his twenty plus years serving as a Dale Carnegie Training coach.
In this session - all will have a good time - as we poke fun at ourselves. Everyone will take away some very serious lessons that can make a real difference in their quality of life.
Adjust your choices, your actions and your life; not the standards.
Learn how your choices, actions and life can set remarkable examples for others to follow. Understand the perceptions and realities that lie with ethics and why the subject seems to always have blurred lines. (MORE)
Or, How to Sink your Fangs into Dealing with Difficult People
No, nobody will handle any reptiles, but your group will learn how to sink their "fangs" into situations that call for decisive, resolute action. Snake Handling for Beginners focuses on how to deal with Difficult People and Situations.
Difficult people often strike and kill the team's purpose and productivity. Learn how to "charm the vipers" in your midst with Victoria's practical, proprietary... (MORE)
More than a Signature
His bold signature is recognized by every American – but, what of the man? Little is known of this courageous Patriot, whose skill as a mediator pulled together an impossibly divided Congress.
Hancock, from the beginning, risked more than most. In the forefront of anti-British sentiment from the start, Hancock, among only three, had a warrant for his arrest issued long before serving as Pres... (MORE)