Celebrate! Lessons Learned from the World’s Most Admired Organizations
Imagine a workplace where productivity is at an all-time high, where employees are happy to come to work every day, where resources and people are matched to their strengths and are recognized accordingly, and where the notion of “stress” has been replaced with a sense of authentic enjoyment and fun. No, this is not an image from one of the Disney Parks—this is YOUR workplace, your people, and your reality!
With Scott Friedman’s “Celebrate! Lessons Learned From the World’s Most Admired Organizations ” as your guide, you’ll learn how to transform your workplace for the better, from the top to the bottom line.
Scott Friedman is an internationally acclaimed speaker whose programs have influenced more than 250,000 people in 25 countries, including the US, UK, South Africa, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan and Bahrain. He has guided members of organizations the world over, speaking for companies such as Singapore Airlines, HSBC Banks, and Nestle.
Scott’s extensive research reveals the great need for transformation in today’s fast-paced, stress-inducing workplace. He offers a refreshing, contrarian message, conveying how taking work too seriously is paradoxically undermining our greatest potential – personally, professionally, and financially. The good news? The best solution to all of this pressure in the workplace is—surprise!—through celebration.
“THE RAVES ARE IN! We have had many talented speakers over our 45-year-history, however, none have held our audience spellbound as you did! Everyone left with a new concept of communication with humor; information that can prove beneficial as they administer their daily care and throughout their lives. Most impressive – full of surprises.”
“Our employees at the Navy Army Credit Union were entertained as well as motivated (not-to-mention laughing like crazy). Scott’s delivery is outstanding, and his ability to size up a group and make the presentation very personal is quite an accomplishment. Scott is extremely easy to work with, and takes the time to understand what you want him to convey to your group.”
“My opinion of a good program is when it causes you to do something different. Two of my salespeople called after your program and mentioned they used your suggestions in handling a difficult situation, by avoiding the pothole and course correcting.”