Professionalism Is a Choice
Is the “Good Enough” Mentality Costing You Money, Market Share & Reputation?
Each day, employees, managers, executives and leaders at all levels — regardless the industry — make choices that speak volumes about their professionalism. Choices and actions that either say, “I am a professional” or “I think I am good enough to get by.” The unprofessional “good enough” mentality is a costly one for organizations and individuals when:
- quality and productivity falter or fall below acceptable standards
- safe operating procedures are skimmed over inviting accidents and down time
- lawsuits and fines result from regulations and lawful practices that are discounted
- opportunities are missed because of an apathetic sense of urgency
- reputation and standing in the market place are diminished by unethical decisions.
In this keynote presentation, individuals will learn:
- the value of guarding their reputation like the family jewels
- how to solve problems rather than assign blame
- why integrity cannot be compromised — ever
- how to reverse the negative habits of whining and whispering
- the personal and professional costs of immoral or unethical choices
- that perfection is impossible — but excellence and continuous improvement are essential.
Set your organization ahead of the competition — save your organization the high cost of unprofessional choices — choose now to improve the professionalism skills of your team.
Set Your Team Apart — Maximize Their Professionalism Skills Now