The Significant Seven - 7 Principles of Successful People & Organizations | Sessions

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The Significant Seven - 7 Principles of Successful People & Organizations
In-Person and Virtual Tuesday 06/13/2023 03:30 PM - 04:30 PM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Interpersonal (Behavioral) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level, Senior-Level
Workplace Application:
Your core values affect every relationship you have and are the cornerstone of building Relational Equity. 

Success is NOT usually found at the end of an easy, well-paved road. Many people, teams, and organizations look for shortcuts, abandon ethics, and sacrifice success for a quick unrewarding finish. There is something that successful people and companies have in common – they understand the value of core Principles.

The audience will learn about THE SIGNIFICANT SEVEN:

  • Loyalty (Strong allegiances)
  • Passion (Excitement, Love, and Commitment to your people and work)
  • Patience (Understanding people, situations, and expectations)
  • Communication (Clarity is key)
  • Humility (Team is more important than personal ego)
  • Going the Extra Mile. (Doing more than expected)
  • Integrity (Honesty, Ethics, Credibility)

These principles will not be forgotten and the audience will leave this speech entertained, inspired, challenged, and equipped to find success in their personal and professional lives.


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Jeremy Kingsley, President,
OneLife Leadership