Championing a Movement to Change Lives Through Understanding Self

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TTI Success Insights has launched a new campaign called 100K Lives Touched (#100KLives), which aims to impact community members' lives for the better at home and in the workplace through the use of free assessments.

Companies with the power to change lives for the better have a social obligation to spread that level of consciousness. That’s the belief behind a new campaign, 100K Lives Touched (#100KLives), launched today by TTI Success Insights (TTI SI).

TTI SI’s suite of assessments reveals and harnesses the unique hidden talent and skills of people in the workplace. But through TTI SI’s 100K Lives Touched campaign, these research-based assessments will also be donated to nonprofits, individuals in need, or those in at-risk communities or situations to help them understand the Science of Self.

“All people deserve the chance to understand themselves, because this is the first step toward achieving true change and growth,” said Bill J. Bonnstetter, chairman and founder of TTI SI and Target Training International, Ltd. “Though we’ve always donated assessments, today we launch this campaign as the starting point to quantify the ways we can transform the lives of people worldwide. This is a starting point for us to learn how we can give — and help — more people.”

Through the 100K Lives Touched campaign, free assessments will be used to enrich people’s lives and propel them toward a brighter future at home and in the workplace by better understanding self and others. The hope is that they, too, will one day pay it forward.

TTI SI donates its assessments in collaboration with its worldwide network of 7,000 Value Added Associates (VAAs), who give of their time and expertise as trainers and coaches. Recently, VAA Connie Warner donated her time and expertise by providing assessments and leadership training to 60 public school educators in Edmonton as part of the campaign launch.

“I just really think educators benefit so much from these tools, because once they understand and see the value, it trickles down to the students,” Warner said. “Cultures are then built where children and young adults feel comfortable learning.”

Other recent efforts have included improving reading comprehension amongst inner-city teens in Detroit, where the U.S. government estimates 47 percent of all adults are functionally illiterate, and in helping a former drug addict get clean, which subsequently empowered him to begin serving others by sharing his story with recovering addicts.

Throughout the campaign, which is estimated to take 18 to 24 months to reach its goal, stories of the 100K Lives Touched (#100KLives) will be featured on TTISI.com/communityoutreach and on the TTI SI blog, TTISI.com/blog.

Organizations wishing to partner with a VAA in their community through the 100K Lives Touched campaign are welcome to submit a request by emailing Anne Klink at anne.klink(at)ttiltd(dot)com.

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