Do you have ‘class’?

In today’s increasingly complex world of work, we need people with ‘class’ to succeed and to future-proof the organisation.

You see, when people speak well of you, it means you have acceptance. When the truth / evidence / your behaviour at work, and with others, speaks well of you, you have ‘class’.

So, do you set an example at all times? In your words, your actions, your conduct, your empathy, your integrity?

As Ann Landers said:

“‘Class’ is just confidence (and stellar performance) dressed in humility. It keeps its word, its temper and its friends. It has a steady eye, a steady nerve, a steady tongue and steady habits. It’s silent when it has nothing to say, thoughtful when it judges, and is always the first to make amends when it’s wrong.”

“‘Class’ doesn’t run scared, it’s surefooted, committed and handles whatever comes along. ‘Class’ has a sense of humour, it never makes excuses.”

“Everyone is comfortable with a person who has ‘class’ – because they are comfortable with themselves.”

 

Our question … how many ‘class’ leaders do you know / have you known in the business world?

Tell us who they are and what made them ‘class’ and we’ve got two FREE PLACES on our next “Working Miracles with Performance” workshop* (worth £3,990 + VAT) on 16th & 17th May 2019 for the best examples.

 

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Whether you’re a prize draw winner or not, it’s not just in your professional life that you’ll feel the benefits of developing real ‘class’ from attending our “Working Miracles … with Performance™” workshop, the principles can apply in your personal life, too: –

“Once or twice in a lifetime, if we’re lucky, we have an experience that causes a seismic shift in our professional and personal life. This workshop is such an experience…a true inspiration…a revelation.”

So, even if you’re not one of our lucky prize winners, you might want to register to attend anyway – you have absolutely nothing to lose but a lot of ‘class’, and all the benefits that come with it, to gain.

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