Studies tell us that up to 85% of success is determined by one’s attitude and only 15% by experience, background and education.
Yet, the stresses of a highly competitive professional arena and everyday life can make consistently choosing and displaying a positive attitude challenging. Nonetheless, we need to do so: Our success depends upon it!
“Attitude is more important than the past, the future, and even the facts.” – Charles Swindoll
Participants will learn:
- The professional and organizational risks of bad attitudes
- The quantifiable benefits to individuals and companies when employees display winning attitudes
- Examples of bad vs. good attitudes
- How to keep calm and positive under stressful conditions
- How to create an “Attitude Action Plan”