Individually or corporately, targets must be consistently reinforced and high achievement rewarded, to ensure standards are met and core values are maintained. This video presents a pathway to peak performance for you and your team.
This video promotes the advantages of teamwork. As Helen Keller said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Whatever lies ahead, when we pool our efforts, the best is yet to come!
Be on the lookout! The road before us is lined with both potential and potholes. Our vision will either lead us toward opportunity or leave us blind to the possibilities before us. This video focuses on the pathway to success.
A Piece Of Work: Someone once said, “Initiation is more important than preparation,” but what does the Lord look at when he calls us into active duty? Some time-tested principles are found in this video.
Criticism is something we all have experienced. Some criticism can be good and others not so good. Either way, here are some ways to handle criticism. It’s been said that before you run you’ve got to learn to walk. Likewise, before you lead, you must be prepared to take a stand. Plainly put: Proper posture provides perseverance power propelling people pursuing prosperous payoffs.
Your life is meaningful! You might not realize it, but you are in a powerful position. This Chalk Talk shares why you are the right person in the right job at just the right time.
It’s been said that you get what you expect, but what does the Lord expects from us? This Chalk Talk features one simple three-letter word which summarizes it all.
Regardless of the position we play, or the team on which we are a member, there is one important duty that must be embraced. This video will help you understand who’s responsible.
Have you ever been told that you are either under qualified or overqualified for the position you seek? Fear not, this Chalk Talk brings uplifting affirmation. When it comes to our life’s purpose, you have just what it takes.
It may be true that, “we never get a second chance to make a good first impression,” but our exit will provide the memory that lasts. This Chalk Talk provides four coaching points that will help you exit well.