Train-the-Trainer Workshop – Columbus, OH

We are thrilled to be able to offer our first in-person Train-the Trainer session in over a year! Please join Josh Davies, CEO of The Center for Work Ethic Development and nationally recognized speaker, for a full-day Train-the-Trainer workshop on July 26th, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. This highly interactive session will prepare teachers, trainers, and facilitators to deliver the Bring Your ‘A’ Game curriculum.[…]

Distractions In The Office Can Cost Employers a Lot of Money. Here’s How We Can Avoid Them.

Do you often feel distracted and off-task at work? If so, you’re not alone. Distractions in the office are becoming the norm for Millennials and Gen Z. A recent study by Udemy found that 3 out of 4 of workers admit that they feel distracted while they’re on the job. This lost productivity time is[…]

Partner Spotlight: Lake County Workforce Development

Thanks to our hardworking partners all over the country, our Bring Your ‘A’ Game curriculum is helping people develop the foundational workplace skills that employers demand. One of these partners is Lake County Workforce Development (Lake County, IL). Chris Liske and Eric Nordstrom are Career Specialists who use Bring Your ‘A’ Game as a part of their[…]

Why Employees Need to Know How to Show Appreciation to Their Customers and Coworkers

A recent study found that Chick-fil-A was beating out other fast food chains by teaching their employees to say two simple words – “please” and “thank you.” Chick-fil-A workers were the politest to their customers, compared to 15 other popular chains including KFC and McDonalds. These top-notch manners have directly translated into increased sales for[…]

Introducing the Next Generation of the Adult Bring Your ‘A’ Game Curriculum!

  We’re excited to announce the launch of our NEW adult curriculum guide and participant workbooks. The new curriculum includes: A new, modern look and a design that makes the curriculum easier to facilitate 65 experiential activities – with 25 NEW activities, that include relevant topics such as social media, diversity, telecommuting and Generation Z[…]