On May 6th and 11th, I got the opportunity to speak at the Foulston – Siefkin Employment Law Seminar. My topic was “You’re Not Broken: How to Inspire a Happier, More Productive Workplace.” Among some other ideas, one thought I presented was how to inspire belief in your employees and co-workers. By simply believing in others, the workplace can be changed and positively influenced. I told a story about getting hired at Six Flags Over Texas when I was in high school. Instead of me describing it to you, take a look below to watch the clip for yourself:
Monthly Archives May 2010
I recently got the chance to inspire attendees at the Morning Star Pregnancy Services banquet in Harrisburg, PA. My family got to join me, and we had a blast in the nearby town of Hershey, PA, eating tons of chocolate. Instead of me telling about the banquet, check out this article written by one of the attendees:
“I’ve enjoyed the life I’ve been given,” Chet says.
Granted, he does face challenges. He cannot walk long distances, so he uses a wheelchair. He must use his feet to drive and to type—but for him, that’s normal.
He fully recognizes that, in this age of extensive prenatal testing and ultrasounds, someone like him could easily be aborted. But, as he told the hundreds of people gathered at the Pennsylvania pregnancy center banquet, “We cannot know what life will bring.”
Read the complete article here: http://lifenews.com/state5019.html