ThinkVirtues™ For Business
Did you know that researchers have found a direct relationship between happiness and productivity in the workplace? Is it any surprise that happy employees are more creative, collaborative, and productive? Naturally, they’re also better at dealing with stress, making decisions, and managing their time. It just makes sense. The real question is: What can you do to foster a work environment that is positive and conducive to happiness? Enter ThinkVirtues, the simple and effective system of tools that helps empower your employees to be more confident, communicative, and optimistic — through the lens of virtues — desirable character traits, like honesty, compassion, and respect. The ThinkVirtues system has proven to be a powerful and effective tool in educational settings for year, and we’re thrilled to introduce customized offerings for the business world. Through our workshops and learning system, let us help transform your company culture toward the positive and productive. After all, even in the 21st-century workplace, the most important operating system is still a strong system of virtues.
Case Study - Marketing Services Company
Client: Topic: Introducing ThinkVirtues Program to staff Our client: • In need of team organization and re-definition of team member roles to improve client relationships and ensure "best in class" services • Undergoing an organizational transformation based on adding new staff and clients Challenges The challenges faced by us were in: • Dealing with new part-time staff • Managing long-term client accounts and processes • Diffusing tense situations and directing the team towards their goal Actions The actions we took to address these challenges were: • Provided access to ThinkVirtues for Business Program materials • Conducted series of workshops for all staff • Identified critical internal processes for achieving business success • Identified root causes of perceived issues • Maintained a sense of focus and positive attitude among the staff as each challenge was brought to the table Read Entire Case Study