Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 22, 2012
Carlton’s Training Solutions responded to a productivity poll by partnering with Ben Zander, conductor of the Boston Philharmonic symphony. According to data gathered for BLS American Time Use Survey, in a typical 8 hour workday, people only work on average 5 hours a day. “There are a lot more distractions than ever before. But it’s still our responsibility to create challenges and make work enticing again,” says Jason Lawford of Hewlett-Packard. So what does conductor Ben Zander know about productivity and why is Carlton’s Training Solutions unleashing him into the corporate consciousness?
Ben Zander has a record. And a good one. He has been featured on such prominent television shows as 60 Minutes and his programs have been used at universities such as Harvard, businesses such as IBM and healthcare organizations such as Johns Hopkins. What is the secret or the message that allows a conductor to transcend all industries and make them more productive?
His ability is to inspire in a way that is abundantly human and also lasting. According to Zander the reason productivity is down is people don’t see the possibilities in their jobs.
That people become dissatisfied with their work when they fail to see what their contribution means to others. In his first corporate training video Leadership: An Art of Possibility, Zander discusses how to feel your potential through the contributions you make each day.
The phrase 'attitude determines your altitude' has been coined various times. But Zander believes it and makes others believe it as well. At the World Business Forum in New York City, Ben caused a stir of emotions, inspiring business leaders from around the globe. His message is that life is an invention and we create our own attitude towards it. In his follow-up corporate training video Attitude: Radiating Possibility he demonstrates how productivity is increased when people find the joy in their work and can seize that attitude each day.
About Carlton’s Training Solutions
Carlton’s Training Solutions has consulted companies for over thirteen years in the areas of legal prevention of harassment, management consulting, and all areas of strategic development. Carlton’s has diversified in recent years providing corporate consulting in the form of training in specialty areas such as Performance Management, Sexual Harassment Training and Leadership training. Well respected authors and public figures such as Ben Zander, Bob Farrell, Joel Barker, John Cleese, Stephen Covey and Dewitt Jones are among those featured. To discover more about Carlton’s Training Solutions, click here at http://carltonstraining.com