What Attitude is Driving Your Bus?
So, the big question is: How much does attitude impact the workplace and life? When a doctor diagnoses a patient with cancer, that doctor knows that the required treatment will only be 10% what the hospital does. The balance of the treatment will be 90% of the person’s attitude. This is just one eye opening example just how relevant and important attitude really is. What is the driving motivation behind how we serve others? What drives how we lead others? What translates into measurable results and positive contributions? The answer is one word: ATTITUDE. Attitude is the greatest asset, and likewise the largest liability of any organization. It all starts with how an organization appraises attitude in the workplace. The next big question would be: What are the consequences of a generally dull attitude operating in the workplace and how do you fix it?
Attitude is what creates and drives workplace culture. It determines how we grow in times of never ending change. It drives new ideas into reality. It is how we adjust to new technologies, requirements and guidelines. Sam Glenn, who has become one of the most notable kick off and closing speakers at conferences all over America, brings a refreshing perspective on why we need to recharge our attitudes and why organizations who have a high appraisal of attitude just keeping getting better, doing better and achieving the best results.
A Kick in the Attitude (An Attitude Re-Charge!)
Our attitude is a lot like a battery and sometimes it loses it’s positive charge. Sam not only puts that positive spark into everyone’s attitude, but shows how to maintain that positive spark in the midst of adversity and the things that drain us. Sam discusses how we make attitude a choice everyday and that our attitude is either in the way or making a way and we determine which everyday.
Have you ever noticed that sometimes people (audiences) get a little bit of an attitude when they find out there is going to be a speaker on attitude? It’s ok, Sam loves when that happens. Sam has won over what many would consider the toughest audiences with up-lifting attitude recharge. By the time this session is over, everyone will have a new appraisal for the true value of attitude and how it pertains to life and work.
Sam’s simple philosophy is that it all starts with attitude: Success, Teamwork, Customer Service, Sales, Leadership, Personal/Professional Development, Winning, and Relationships.
This program is designed to rekindle your organization’s enthusiasm. More than just having a positive attitude, Sam discusses ways to put the right attitude into action and how doing so will achieve the best results. While we cannot control what goes on around us, we can control our perceptions, responses and actions, which ultimately form our attitude. In this side-splitting humorous program Sam shares his seven attitude lessons that will transform your organization.
Why Book Sam Glenn?
“It All Starts With Attitude!” Says Sam Glenn - The Attitude Guy If anyone knows how to recharge positivity, recognize employee efforts, and ignite innovation and fun, it’s Sam Glenn. Sam is a nationally-known speaker, author, and winner of multiple awards like Best Speaker of the Year and Most Outstanding Motivational Training Video. But Sam insists that he is just a regular guy who understands the importance of recognizing, rewarding, and recharging people for personal and professional success. Sam is also no stranger to adversity. Having lost a very successful business due to fire, Sam became negative, broke, depressed, jobless, and homeless. Sam’s negative and toxic attitude poisoned his employment, relationships, and health—until he got what he calls "A Kick in the Attitude." Now, more than 16 years later, Sam still has the same fire and passion on the topic of attitude. Sam has a simple philosophy: “When people get better, the organization will get better—and it all starts with attitude." Sam currently resides in Indianapolis with his wife and daughter. If you need a positive pick me up, hundreds visit Sam’s website daily to watch one of his videos to laugh and get an attitude adjustment.