Reviving Work Ethic
How to End Entitlement Mentality & Create an Environment of Achievement
The purpose of schools is to prepare students for success in the real world. Developing a healthy work ethic not only prepares young people to be better students, but also prepares them to be better employees, better leaders, and better citizens.
Developing work ethic in students isn’t optional. It’s a responsibility that should be shared by every individual employed by a school district—whether in the classroom, the cafeteria, the administration office, or the school bus.
Eric Chester is the leading authority on developing work ethic in teens and young adults. His presentation will illustrate why the work ethic in America has declined, and he’ll provide solid, actionable ideas and tools for instilling the pride of a job well done.
In this presentation, participants will:
- Discover the 7 Indisputable Core Values that every employer demands from every worker, and every successful school develops within their students
- Find out how to promote a classroom culture rooted in reliability, professionalism, initiative, integrity, and respect
- Explore how to instill an attitude of gratitude among your student population and make them motivated learners
“Eric was very engaging with over 1,500 people in the audience at our annual convention… He brings a great sense of passion and enthusiasm to his presentation and the material is very relatable for our franchisees.”
— Tom Coba, President, ServiceMaster Clean