Frank Besednjak

Breakout Presentation:

Wednesday, October 10th, 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM

Complacency – The Performance & Productivity Killer

We’ve all experienced it, we get into a rut, everyday it becomes more difficult to get out of bed and try to become enthusiastic about going to work. It is not only us as business leaders who get sucked up into the negativity of our typical day. We also often face the dilemma of how to motivate our work team to get out of that same negative spiral. The problem is not that we, or our team members don’t care, we and they, do care. This complacent behavior, if left unchecked, often leads to poor morale, boring repetitive work routines and a lack of concern for quality and productivity. Things are about to change! This program will provide you and your team with the tools and methods to “get you out of the funk” of complacency. You will learn how to make changes in your processes, environment and routines that will have you and your team become more ambitious, attentive and looking for ways to improve in performance.

About Frank Besednjak

Frank Besednjak is President of The Training Source Inc. a diversified company that offers training and consulting services for various businesses. He is also a motivational speaker, and business coach. A US Navy veteran with a Bachelor of Business Administration and Marketing degree from McKendree College. Frank Besednjak has held numerous leadership roles with Sony, RCA and General Electric Company.

Over the last 25 years, he has written hundreds of published articles and received dozens of awards for his ideas, methods and accomplishments. He has spoken in front of hundreds of audiences, from small employee groups to national conventions with tens of thousands of participants.

His raw, no nonsense, “Let’s Make This Simple”, easy to understand style will entertain you and give you something to think about after attending one of his presentations. His goal in life is to make a positive difference in the life of everyone he meets.

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