New E-Learning Module – The Fundamentals of Ownership Thinking

Not everyone has time to take a day or two away from running their business to attend live seminars. Now business owners and advisers can turn to e-learning to get solid information and useful details of Ownership Thinking.

The news is currently all abuzz with headlines stating that there is a dangerous culture of “entitlement” among today’s workforce; that people are unhappy and unfulfilled in their work lives and yet expect high rates of returns on their sometimes mediocre contributions. A successful company must have an engaged workforce if it is to compete in today’s highly volatile and complex world of business. Engagement means commitment, it means passion, and it means profits not only for business owners but for employees as well.

Ownership Thinking was created over 16 years ago by Brad Hams, a master at creating and sustaining business cultures of excellence. As with all great ideas, its very simplicity makes the methodology accepted and implemented by over 2000 companies around the world! The Fundamentals of Ownership Thinking module will explain the importance of ending cultures of workplace “entitlement” while taking the learner through this exciting and revolutionary model.

This module can set you on the right path – click here for information on the cost of this modular learning session, content, and what it can do for you and your company or clients.

Until next time,

Perry Phillips, President

Ownership Thinking Canada

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One Response to New E-Learning Module – The Fundamentals of Ownership Thinking

  1. Alan Bottomley says:

    This is really good Perry.

    Alan Bottomley CA Certified OT Facilitator ESOP Builders Tel 905-752-2573 Cell 416-722-3306 alan@esopbuilders,com

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