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Workplace Culture Begins With Character

“Hire a person, train the skill.”

Create a Happier Workplace

Create a Happier Workplace

Character creates trust and teams that trust each other tend to be happier.

Reduce Legal Risks

Reduce Legal Risks

When your employees have great character, you reduce legal risks.

Improve Your Public Image

Improve Your Public Image

Your reputation is your brand. Good reputation begins with great character.

Character Attribute Definitions

We know it can be difficult to know a person’s character. That’s why we’ve created of character traits to reference quickly and conveniently.

Patience

The ability to keep a positive mental attitude, body demeanor and word choice while waiting longer than expected.

Encouraging

To inspire someone with courage, spirit, words or confidence when they need it!

Humility

Intentionally placing yourself in thought and action lower than those around you in order to serve others.

Commitment

Not giving up when you feel like stopping, but seeing a project through to the end, especially if you said you would.

Logical

Disregarding your initial and previously established thoughts and considering both sides of a matter before making up your mind.

Kind

A good natured disposition in a person.

Peaceful

Someone who avoids actions, words and body language that leads to physical aggression in most all circumstances.

Joyful

The long term emotion that allows someone to be happy in good and difficult times.

Happy

The short term disposition of a person who has joy in the moment.

Focused

The ability to avoid distractions and be present so as to fulfill promises and commitments, even if the importance of the subject is low.

Helpful

Instead of complaining about a product, idea or situation, offering ideas instead of criticism help the person listening.

Vulnerable

The willingness to give information about status in trust to others when necessary to allow you a life of more transparency and less secrecy.

Decency

 Words, body language, appearance and jokes all are used to honor others.  Sexually orientated attitudes and jokes usher in a distracted work environment and isn't appropriate for younger ages.

Thoughtful

Considering your audience before speaking as to not purposefully offend.

Organized

The ability to organize the space you occupy in a sound, clean and functional way.

Tolerant

Being fine and even comfortable around others with opposing opinions than yourself.

Well Mannered

An effort is made to prevent bodily noises as well as conducting yourself mindfully and properly in all environment to include school, dinner, work and at home.

Unbiased

Having thoughts about someone else without trying to adjust a 3rd party's opinion about that person.

Selfless

Considering others before yourself to share things, promotions and events.

Impartial

Whether someone has high social achievement or low, you treat them all the same with words, body language and thought.

Work Hustle

The ability to work smart and swift to capitalize on the competition's distraction, comfort, complacency and slow work.

You also ride the high from endorphins of hard work with enjoyment. 

Trusting

The outward perception of the world around them as having elements of good natured people in it.  Thus also having the ability to be vulnerable when necessary.

Generous

The good will to give with joy.

Content

Unwilling to allow jealousy of other's items or successes, but to pursue those things with satisfaction in yourself.

Transparent

The lifestyle of not being afraid of telling your secrets to others.

Dependable

Someone who can be trusted with a task, small or large.

Punctual

Showing up when expected or before.

Clean

Hygiene, clothing and appearance is clean, organized and professional.

Chivalrous

Showing polite courtesy as a sign of honor.

Respectful

Using polite nomenclature and body language to address others.

Good Listener

Hearing someone with more than just your ears.  Being attentive out of respect.