Ethical Reading Webinar: Why RESPECT is critical to business performance
April 12 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Based on research by Marciano & Wingrove, co-authors of “SuperTeams,” this webinar explores and explains the five key dimensions of RESPECT that can unleash explosive performance, and, if not present, destroy the performance of even the highly talented. Attendees will go away with practical steps they can take to use RESPECT as a powerful lever for enhanced performance.
Joining the webinar
We will be using Cisco Webex for the webinar. Full instructions will be provided to all those that register.
Clinton Wingrove, BSc DMS MCIPD MCMI MPSA MNSA
Following a scientific degree, Clinton’s career started in Clerical Work Measurement and Design where he led the design and implementation of processes and computer systems to automate an international warehousing and distribution operation. He soon learned that technology alone is not a solution – it is merely an enabler. Without excellent management, productivity and capability plateau or decline. So, Clinton went on to study Behavior Engineering – how to combine processes, systems and excellence in management to maximize productivity and development.
Clinton’s 40+ years international experience in management, ‘C-suite’ executive, and consulting roles has encompassed the UK, the USA, Barbados, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Clinton is also an author, publisher and international speaker. His personal passion continues to be “Optimizing individual and team productivity, performance, and development” and his personal motto is, “Don’t be miserable; too many people are better at it.”
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