We offer a structured approach to develop your business and people. We offer focused resources and material. The 40 character based principles create a two-way communication within your organization. This is done in a round table setting. A weekly one hour small group activity led by and for your people. It is simple, fast and effective.  

 
  1. 1. Ambition

  2. 2. Attitude

  3. 3. Goals

  4. 4. Developing People

  5. 5. Inspiration

  6. 6. Listening

  7. 7. Responsibility

  8. 8. Dependability

  9. 9. Understanding People

  10. 10. Influence

  1. 11. Direction

  2. 12. Conflict

  3. 13. Criticism

  4. 14. Confrontation

  5. 15. Ethics

  6. 16. Correction

  7. 17. Pressure

  8. 18. Judgement

  9. 19. Forgiveness

  10. 20. Ownership

  1. 21. Co-Sign

  2. 22. Debt

  3. 23. Parameters

  4. 24. Common Sense

  5. 25. Emotions

  6. 26. Facts

  7. 27. Planning

  8. 28. Proper Thinking

  9. 29. Prosperity

  10. 30. Sowing

  1. 31. Restraint

  2. 32. Hard Work

  3. 33. Honesty

  4. 34. Humility

  5. 35. Savings

  6. 36. Generosity

  7. 37. Motives

  8. 38. Patience

  9. 39. Productivity

  10. 40. Temper

The Roundtable Methodology creates an environment that is a key part of bringing change in your life. The Roundtable is very simple to duplicate and unleashes a peer-to-peer personal calibration system. By engrafting the principles into your life, you will become a powerful influencer.
  1. 1.Each person in the group will read a paragraph from the principle. Underline any “nugget of truth” that is relevant and helpful to your current life situation.


  1. 2.Once you have finished reading the principle, each person shares what they underlined and what it was about that phrase that made it stand out to them. This is also a good time to explain how you might use this in your day to day life.


  1. 3.After everyone has shared what they underlined, take a few minutes to discuss the questions at the end of the principle. It is important that each person has an opportunity to take part in the discussion.


  1. 4.Last, each person will choose a specific action to work on in the coming week.


  1. 5.At the next meeting, take a few minutes to review the previous principle and how you have put it into practice.

In order to successfully implement roundtables throughout your organization, the leadership must approve and endorse the program. If leadership is not on board, we encourage you to start roundtables on your own either during a lunch hour with co-workers or with friends outside of work.
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