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The Entitlement Creed

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Published on Mar 13, 2012

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The most common word used by today's employers to describe the new emerging workforce is 'entitled'. So leadership expert, Eric Chester, decided to tip that term on its ear and ask employers what they feel entitled to.

The video montage you're about to see features actual employers sharing their true thoughts and feelings.

In a perfect world, business leaders would employ a workforce that's engaged, enthused, and ethically unassailable. The reality, of course, is that the new emerging workforce is streetwise and techno-savvy, but they've not been taught how to succeed in the workplace, at home, or at school.

Eric Chester is the leading authority on developing work ethic in teens and young adults and leading Gen Y employees to achieve at their remarkable potential. His presentation will illustrate why the work ethic in America has declined, and he'll provide solid, actionable ideas and tools for developing the young worker and restoring the pride of a job well done, instilling within them the work ethic they should have received at home and in school -- but didn't.

Discover the 7 Indisputable Core Values that every employer demands from every worker, and why they are getting harder to find but are essential to develop. Find out how to promote a workplace culture rooted in reliability, professionalism, integrity, and respect.
Learn how to be an 'up and over' leader, moving employees from "Idle," "Lucky," and "Cheating" behaviors into the "Valued" Quadrant.

Improve customer service in your business to break free from a "vending machine mentality" by learning how to instill an attitude of gratitude across your front line.

Eric Chester is also a hall of fame keynote speaker on leadership, customer service, and developing young talent. His clients include McDonalds, Wells Fargo, Harley-Davidson and Wegmans.

To preview Eric on stage, visit here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaXVHY...
To see a hilarious rap Eric Chester performs on the same topic, visit here -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZwsxy...

To schedule Eric Chester for your next meeting, call Christie Michelle at 303-239-9999.

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