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Bring Your ‘A’ Game is an engaging curriculum for building the seven foundational workplace skills of Work Ethic. Our programs are designed to be captivating, interactive, and exploratory. Whether you use the instructor-led or online approach they have both shown to deliver lasting impact!

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Developed with the needs of educators and workforce development professionals in mind, it is fully customizable to meet the changing demands of serving unique populations.

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Certified in Work Ethic Proficiency

Developed using research-based instructional design with the goal of not just developing skills, but creating lasting behavioral change.

  • The seven skills are based on interviews with more than 1,500 national employers
  • The curriculum includes 65 modular experiential activities so that each trainer can focus on just the content that is most relevant to participant’s needs
  • With more than 50 hours of content, organizations can choose any length of training, from a 30-minute introduction to integration over an entire year of training
  • To meet the specific needs of different audiences, the curriculum is available in three versions standard, youth, and veteran.
  • Following completion, participants are eligible to earn their Certificate of Work Ethic Proficiency by demonstrating mastery through our online assessment
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What Our Partners Say

(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.

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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We provide the curriculum, Work Ethic Instruction Certification, and the guidance needed to work with you to help your organization.

Here’s how we can partner with you:

Take the Bring Your ‘A’ Game eLearning Course

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Get the Curriculum for your Organization

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Become a Certified Work Ethic Trainer

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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.

The Results Speak for Themselves

Explore our Case Studies and White Papers, and Research Publications written by others to see the proven outcomes of implementing ‘Bring Your A Game’ in your organization.

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Get to Know the 7 Fundamental Workplace Skills

Staying positive in every situation. Take control of the way you react.

Showing you’re reliable in every phase of your life. Be on time, every time.

Being professional both in the way you look, and the way you act. Choose to be a pro.

Taking initiative and adding value. Do more than the minimum.

Having respect and following direction. Be coachable and play well with others.

Demonstrating your gratitude towards others. Provide selfless service.
Living honestly and having integrity with every decision you make. Refuse to rationalize bad decisions.
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