Renowned speaker Josh Davies, CEO of The Center for Work Ethic Development, will present a seminar at NDSCS-Fargo on Monday, February 26 from 2:30-5 p.m. Davies’ presentation, “Making Common Sense Become Common Practice: Developing Work Ethic in Others” addresses issues such as employees who don’t show up on time, won’t take accountability, or even follow basic instructions. Presentation highlights will include: causes and impacts of the work ethic gap in America, understanding the core behaviors of work ethic, and learning ways to build work ethic with your employees, students and even your children.
The presentation is open to business owners, managers, teachers, and the general public, and will be held at NDSCS-Fargo, 1305 19th Avenue North, Fargo, N.D. Register by calling 701-231-6915 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is $79. This presentation is being brought to the community by the North Dakota State College of Science Division for Workforce Affairs, under the leadership of NDSCS Vice President Tony Grindberg.
Speaker Josh Davies is passionate about helping others make a difference in their lives, jobs and community. Through his work as a speaker and trainer, he has engaged and encouraged professionals across North America, the Middle East, and Asia. An in-demand speaker, he led the training for all 10,000 volunteers and more than 4,000 local service professionals for the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Training Magazine named him as one of the top 10 trainers under 40 in America, and the Denver Business Journal tapped him as one of Denver’s 40 Under 40.
The Center for Work Ethic Development is an organization committed to developing foundational soft skills in the global workforce. Partnering with organizations in 47 states and 8 countries, they equip trainers to build the in-demand skills of the 21st Century.