Creating a Positive Work Culture
You invest 70% of your waking hours at work. Yet 3 out of 4 employees are dissatisfied at work, mainly because the culture is negative.
What would it be like for you and your co-workers if you reversed that number to satisfaction by creating a positive work culture?
Discover how, through this series from the architect of the Work Positive coaching framework and best-selling author, Dr. Joey Faucette, ’82 and Orange Owned alumnus and Jane Creswell, the founder of the IBM Coaches Network.
Join us virtually, each Thursday in October from noon to 12:50, to discover how you can Work Positive:
Click on the topics below to what a short video about each topic.
Your registration includes:
- Virtual access to all five 50-minute sessions
- Networking opportunities
- Dr. Faucette’s latest book “Work Positive in a Negative World, Team Edition”
- $50 promo code for the Campbell University Adult & Online Education Professional Program 7 Keys to Work Positive
Cost per participant is $97.
Dr. Joey Faucette is a Campbell University School of Education alumnus and No. 1 best-selling author of “Work Positive in a Negative World.” He has dedicated his career to helping business professionals create positive work cultures through executive, team, and ICF-approved coach training.
Faucette has written seven books and contributed to several business publications including the Wall Street Journal Money Watch, CNBC, Fox News, and Entrepreneur Magazine. Local and global corporations, such as Home Instead Senior Care and State Farm, have benefited from his “Orange Owned” business-coaching firm, Listen to Life, Too.
Jane Creswell is a Master Certified Coach and the founder of the IBM Coaches Network. She is internationally recognized as a leader in the corporate coaching field. Creswell created the IBM Coaches Network in 1997 by leveraging nearly 20 years of organizational experience. While at IBM, she led individual coach training at all levels of leadership within the company.
She is the former managing director for Purdue University’s Organizational Leadership Development Lab and coached at the executive level with corporations including SAS Institute, Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC, Northrop Grumman, and Dow AgroSciences. She is the author of two books with features in HR and Time magazines, as well as a guest appearance on NPR’s “The Diane Rehm Show.”