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Developing a Strong Work Ethic: The Key to Student Success
Transcript of Developing a Strong Work Ethic: The Key to Student Success
August 5, 2014
Josh Davies - CEO, The Center for Work Ethic Development
firstname.lastname@example.org - @resultsdriver
What is Work Ethic?
The Work Ethic Gap
Developing Work Ethic
20th Century Paradigm
Obsession with numbers
Left brain dominant
21st Century Paradigm
Softwiring for passion
Obsession with People
Left-right brain balance
Become a Supermodel
Integrate Your Expectations
Think Short to Go Long
Get Multiple Opinions
It's just working harder.
This new generation doesn't get it.
It isn't something you can learn.
I don't have a problem.
Don't Rely on Posters
Use the 1% Approach
Go Further Than You Think You Need To
* Better Business, 2012
Work ethic is a trainable set of behaviors that set the foundation for workplace success.
“Our youth now love luxury. They have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for their elders and love chatter in place of exercise; they no longer rise when elders enter the room; they contradict their parents, chatter before company; gobble up their food and tyrannize their teachers.”
Understand Work Ethic
Examine the Impact of the Work Ethic Gap
Discover 3 Ways to Develop Work Ethic
The Center For Work Ethic Development
Founded in 2009
The nation’s only institution focusing on Work Ethic
Programs available for organizations and individuals
Used by more than 500 locations nationwide
76% of graduates entering the workforce are seen as deficient in work ethic by their employer.
How important is it to demonstrate work ethic in the interview process?
The Key to Student Success