DODGE CITY, Kan. — Josh Davies, The Center for Work Ethic Development, will be presenting “Less Talk, More Walk – Creating a Culture of Ethics and Accountability” at the 17th Annual Kansas Workforce Summit (KWS) being held at the Topeka Capitol Plaza Maner Conference Center on January 17 and 18, 2018. The KWS is a DO NOT MISS annual forum for employers, educators, community members, chamber representatives, legislators and government officials, and local workforce board members to address the new realities facing the workforce and economic development issues in Kansas.
Davies will discuss how one of the greatest challenges a leader faces is dealing with issues of ethics and accountability. How do you ensure the people you’re leading demonstrate integrity on a daily basis? Do you practice it yourself? Do you model accountability throughout your organization in your interactions with others, operating practices, and personal work habits? Personal and organizational ethics are one of the easiest things to talk about but the hardest to walk. With the additional required partners in WIOA (Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act), we all have to work at creating powerful partnerships built on ethics and accountability.
This highly interactive keynote will address ethics and accountability directly through a practical, proven methodology which can be employed to build accountability throughout organizations. Attendees will focus on how to get themselves, their team, and organization not just talking, but walking ethics and accountability. The content is driven by a collaborative and positive approach, cutting-edge literature, and real-world experiences of leaders across the country. Don’t miss this opportunity to transform yourself and your team from talkers to walkers!
For complete Summit information, including attendee and exhibit registration forms, visit http://www.3ishow.com/kws or contact WKMA directly toll-free at 877-405-2883 or locally at 620-227-8082.
— Kansas Workforce Summit
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