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The BBB Center for Character Ethics will hold a series of three workshops and training tools, and are designed for business owners, leaders and executive directors. The program will cover leadership principles, how to engage and motive employees, create greater job satisfaction and better customer service.

2/20/2014
When: Thursday, February 20, 2014
From 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Johnson Center for Philanthropy – Grand Valley State University
201 Front Ave SW
Grand Rapids, MI  49504
United States
Contact: Lynne E. Pope, JD
(616) 234-0568
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"Partners in Ethics”

Leadership Program

Our Free Enterprise system depends entirely on TRUST in business transactions. Successful businesses are led by visionary leaders who intentionally incorporate high values and then convey and instill those values into the corporate culture. The result is confident employees who are motivated and rewarded for innovation and efficiency.

The BBB Center for Character Ethics Leadership Program combines highly effective assessment, training and best-practices with its recognition programs which are designed to advance trust not just with employees, but customers and vendors. It is our way of serving as an advocate for free enterprise, by increasing marketplace attraction toward those organizations built upon a solid trust factor.

Leadership Training Program: The BBB Center for Character Ethics will hold a series of three workshops and training tools, and are designed for business owners, leaders and executive directors. The program will cover leadership principles, how to engage and motive employees,

create greater job satisfaction and better customer service.

Why should your organization go through this program?

· Look at the current level of trust within your organization

· Develop greater job satisfaction and confidence in leadership and management

· Re-engage employees and motivate them to higher goals and creativity

· Engage with vendors and suppliers who also adopt and incorporate ethical business practices

· Support a community of ethical businesses to encourage solid economic growth

Leadership Program

Feb. 20, 2014 – Are you a manager - or are you a Leader? We will explore the Intersection of Management and Leadership, and how successful leaders commit to high values which are clearly communicated to their employees. Participants will discover the key attributes of effective leaders and companies with reputations of high ethics.

March 20, 2014 – Motivating and engaging your most valuable asset – your employees.

How you can motivate employees to take personal ownership and pride in their work. This session focuses on the effect of employees embracing a higher level of values and then demonstrating those values in personal ownership in their work, becoming more creative and innovative in their jobs, all contributing to growth of the company.

April 17, 2014 – Creating the Dream Team: Realizing your Potential as an Organization

How the Dream Team contributes back to the community and leaves a great legacy.

Visionary leaders will explore methods to support and reward outstanding performance, leading to great work satisfaction. How organizations address the need for conflict resolution, and externally - how to best impact the community that supports them.

DESIGNED FOR: business owners, executive leadership teams, executive directors or others with policy decision making responsibilities.

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Feb. 20, Mar 20, and April 17th (box lunch will be provided)

Where: Johnson Center for Philanthropy – Grand Valley State University

Cost: $595 first participant and $250 per additional participant from same company.

(Optional: Assessments, remediation and accreditation available at an additional charge.)

REGISTER BY FEBRUARY 10, 2014

DO NOT REGISTER WITH THE CHAMBER. REGISTRATION INFORMATION IS BELOW.

TO REGISTER: email lynne@westernmichigan.bbb.org or call Lynne Pope at the Center for Character Ethics, (616) 234-0568 or via email: lynne@westernmichigan.bbb.org

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