HEROES How To Develop Character and Values


The HEROES Effect helps students identify what specific virtues they need to improve on to be effective in the workplace. Included are practical applications for each virtue and personal stories with related results. Applying these virtues will produce favor with their managers and peers, increase in opportunities for their advancement and influence to those within their personal and professional life. The acronym of the 6 virtues include: Honor, Excellence, Responsibility, Order, Expectation, and Servanthood.


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In this course, we want to introduce you to six power principles that when incorporated in your daily routine will produce tremendous results and incredible favor in your life. A virtue is any admirable quality or attribute. It is described as a moral excellence and the quality of doing what is right. Most people do not operate in these 6 powerful principles!
Whether you’re looking for a job or working toward a promotion, character counts. When employers look at the skills and traits that are essential for a position, character — an individual’s ethical strength – is non-negotiable. These virtues have been lost and overlooked in society and with this training you will gain the advantage that will provide greater levels of influence with the organization, your peers and customers. This course will provide you with examples and ways that you can operate both personally and professionally in the HEROES Leadership Principles.

The H.E.R.O.E.S. provides instructions in the following areas:

H – Honor: The highest degree of respect, mingled with awe, for the dignity
and character of another person. Honor is a good reputation, good quality or
character as judged by other people, and high moral standards of behavior.

E – Excellence: Doing something well, to the best of your ability.

R – Responsibility: A duty or task that you are required or expected to do,
something you do because it is morally right.

O – Order: To arrange or organize in a logical or regular way, peaceful or

E – Expectation: A belief and attitude that something will happen or is
likely to happen.

S – Servanthood: A servant is one who performs duties to serve others.

This course will produce the following outcomes:

  • Gain An Understanding of How to Apply Honor in the Workplace
  • Learn How-to Walk-in Excellence and Go Beyond the Mindset of Average
  • Discover How to Take Personal Responsibility and Ownership Within the Workplace
  • Identify Ways to Be in Order and in Proper Protocol Within the Workplace
  • Create an Atmosphere of Expectation in the Workplace
  • Pinpoint Ways to Serve Others and Volunteer
  • Capture Your Reflective Thoughts