At the Center for Work Ethic Development, we work hard to make sure that our mission, vision and values are part of our every day decision-making, operations and customer service.
The overarching themes of our work are integrity and positivity. Everything else stems from that.
The Center for Work Ethic Development is passionate about helping people realize 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.
Our energetic and engaging curriculum, Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work, is thoroughly grounded in evidence-based instructional design. Through interactive and experiential peer-to-peer learning, participants discover the motivation to create lasting behavioral change.
We aim to be the gold standard of workplace soft skills training by implementing our 2020 Vision™ plan. We strive to continuously improve our partnerships, our product and the overall value that we add to communities.
Every day we strive to create an environment of integrity and positivity. We believe that success is measured not by profits, but the legacy you leave.
No matter where you live or what you do, odds are you have been impacted by the work ethic gap. This lack of critical soft skills impacts both individuals and organizations. Rather than simply accepting this as the new normal, The Center for Work Ethic Development provides solutions. Through curriculum, certification and consulting, we equip organizations around the world to better prepare their local workforce for employment and lifelong success.
- Solid values drive behavior.
- Behaviors produce outcomes.
- Outcomes impact results.
This is the fundamental premise of the research and curriculum of the Center for Work Ethic Development. Rather than rely on short-term incentives, the key to sustained improvement is to develop foundational behaviors, and the values that support them. Our research has found the most effective way to develop them – no matter if you are 16 or 60. These are also the values and behaviors that drive our business results at The Center for Work Ethic Development.
Learn more about our flagship curriculum, Bring Your A Game to Work.