Professional Programs

All businesses operate on the premise that there is an employment relationship between the employee and employer. The employee agrees to work for a business for a stipulated pay, and the employer in turn agrees to compensate the employee for duties performed. But what happens when things start to go pear-shaped within the employment relationship, where either party is dissatisfied in this working relationship? And how easy is it to repair damaged relationships? Actually, it is easier than you might imagine, but both parties need to be willing to address the white elephant in the room and be willing to listen and try understand the other party’s point of view. These programs will help you do just that.

Without a vision, how on earth would you know what you are aiming for, where you are heading or what lies before you? How focused are you really? Are you covering all the bases, or just trying to keep your head above water.

An eagle is said to be able to spot a rabbit 3.2 km (~2 miles) away. As the eagle descends from the sky to attack its prey, the muscles in the eyes continuously adjust the curvature of the eyeballs to maintain sharp focus and accurate perception throughout the approach and attack. And this is the razor-sharp intensity of focus we should all aspire to in leadership.

Workplace Wellness is not just for businesses who have the financial means to have their own wellness programs.

All businesses  are equally responsible to have a wellness program in place, and one that is easily accessible to all employees. This ranges from how best to assist employees in need in the workplace, to helping those who develop stress-induced symptoms, due in large part, to the lack of knowledge on how to handle stressors in the workplace.

Create a wellness culture in the workplace, as everyone in the workplace matters. Your working environment must be free from all forms of discrimination – no exceptions.

Workplace Wealth is far more than just about financial acquisition. For example, an acquisition of knowledge is called a wealth of knowledge. There is much wealth to be found in the workplace.

Your biggest asset, and paradoxically your biggest cost, is that of your employees.

Are you committed to seeing your people excel and thrive? Are you environmentally conscious? Do you know how to access your own, and others, untapped potential? Learn how to be a Workplace Wealth Creator by tapping into your wealth resources.