February 3, 2022

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MISSION: The Center for Work Ethic Development is passionate about helping people reach their full potential. Through curriculum, certification and consulting, we equip organizations around the world to better prepare their local workforce for employment and lifelong success.

VISION: We aim to be the gold standard of workplace soft skills training by implementing our 2020 Vision plan. We work to continuously improve our partnerships, our product, and the overall value that we add to communities.

We provide a curriculum to teach essential workplace skills and a certification program that helps organizations prepare participants for the workforce.

To find out more about our work ethic curriculum Bring Your 'A' Game research, pricing, and other inquiries.

Sign up to get work ethic tips from The Center for Work Ethic Development!

Take the work ethic practice assessment and find out more about the certification process!

Tune in for our 60 minute online workshop to learn more about our curriculum.

We believe in the power of work to promote self-sufficiency and build self-worth. We’re here to help organizations empower their workforce with essential workplace skills, increasing employment and promoting lifelong success.

Reduce the Work Ethic Gap

Increase Workplace Retention

Tackle Underemployment & Unemployment

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No matter where you live or what you do, odds are you have been impacted by the work ethic gap.

This lack of basic workplace skills stymies both individuals and organizations. Rather than simply accept this as the new normal, The Center for Work Ethic Development provides solutions.

We provide the curriculum, a train-the-trainer program, and the guidance needed to work with you to help your community.

Here’s how we can partner with you:

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1. Take the Bring Your 'A' Game Course

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2. Get the Curriculum for your Organization

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3. Get a Trainer Certification

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4. Book a Speaking Engagement

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Our team at The Center for Work Ethic Development will help you figure out the best fit for your organization, and walk alongside you to implement the curriculum every step of the way. This training will add value to your organization and impact your community by combating the work ethic gap, and encouraging and equipping your participants for their bright futures.

We know that finding the right training for your community can be daunting - and we are here to make it as easy as possible for you to get started. Our friendly team can help you identify the most effective training for your population. We have options for every budget.

Who We Serve

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Workforce Development Organizations and Job Training Programs

Equipping workforce development organizations and job training programs with the tools they need to develop the local workforce, reducing unemployment.

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Veteran Services Organizations

Providing veteran services organizations with specific curriculum to assist with the transition back to civilian life and the unique needs of veterans seeking employment.

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Traditional High Schools, Career Technical Education Programs, and Adult Education Programs

Giving students in traditional high schools, career technical education programs, and adult education programs the workplace skills needed to secure and maintain employment.

What Others Have Said

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(I) just completed the online Trainer webinar. This is the best organized training package ever. I have not had the experience of being trained by someone on how to use the program from a trainers perspective! Alan Danczek, Rocky Mountain Education Center at Red Rocks Community College.

We have been able to utilize Bring Your ‘A’ Game in many different fashions. We mostly use it in our workshops in our home office. One of the great things about the program is the way that it forces participation. This interactive class can engage all types of personalities and bring in good cohesive thoughts. On the surface, it looks like common sense…but the way the presentation is laid out if gives the facilitators chances to get a well-rounded perspective of most commonly focused on areas. Each module has an overview, then it goes into the values. After that the activities give a chance to reinforce these values while having fun in the process.Iowa Workforce Development. Ottumwa, IA.

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One of the (adult) students just came into my office and told me he got a job, for first time in 10 years. He credits my class for giving him the ambition and motivation to re-enter the workforce.”  Lou Ann Colyer, Family. Stability Case Manager, Wesley House. Pittsburg, KS.

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