All Play and No Work Makes Johnny Worthless
Eric Chester is America’s premier expert on the emerging workforce. As the author of the bestselling books Employing Generation Why and Getting Them to Give a Damn, Eric frequently appears on national media (i.e. Forbes, FoxNews, Business Investor Daily, Fast Company, Entrepreneur.com, etc.) to provide insight and perspective to business leaders about the attitudes, values, and work habits of teens and the under-thirty-year-old demographic in their school-to-work-to career transition. His latest book, Reviving Work Ethic: A Leader’s Guide to Ending Entitlement and Restoring Pride in the Emerging Workforce, is the first business book published on the topic of work ethic since 1904 and provides the solutions for the work ethic deficiency employers in every industry are facing.
In addition to his writings, Eric Chester is an award-winning keynote speaker who’s presented more than 2,000 paid speeches since 1987 for audiences all over the world. In 2011, Chester founded the Center for Work Ethic Development; an organization dedicated to helping leading companies, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations improve the work ethic, productivity, performance, and service of today’s rapidly changing workforce. The training curriculum and resources he has created through this Center are being used at hundreds of high schools, colleges, and workforce centers throughout the US and Canada and by a growing number of service sector businesses as their first step in new employee training.
Chester will show us how to ensure the long-term success ofour business by developing the core values of our front line and our future leaders.