Bring Your A Game to Work


The curriculum

Available in youth, adult and veteran versions, the Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work curriculum is based on the book written by Hall of Fame Speaker Eric Chester. Chester wrote the book with input from educators, employers and workforce development professionals.

Built to be flexible enough to be delivered in organizations of all sizes, the curriculum features more than 40 hours of experiential activities – so that trainers choose the content that best fits their needs.

Following completion of the training, participants are eligible to earn the Certificate of Work Ethic Proficiency through an online assessment!

The curriculum focuses on developing work ethic and soft skills – skills that are portable from one job to another. Employers are looking for workers who already possess these skills. Soft skills like professionalism, relational skills, conflict resolution and a willingness to take direction are generally more desired by employers than the specific skills a particular job requires.

Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work encompasses seven different skills. Choose and customize one, some or all of the curriculum components. Choose from Appreciation, Attitude, Attendance, Appearance, Ambition, Accountability and Acceptance.



Program Components of Bring Your A Game!
Curriculum Guides
Participant Workbooks
Work Ethic Certification
Multimedia Resources
Train-the-Trainer Certification


Below are training packages to get you started today! In order to most effectively teach the seven behaviors and prepare participants for the certification exam, trainers need to go through a train-the-trainer workshop (or webinar), use the curriculum guides, and participant workbooks.