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  1. Herzing University P. R. I. C. E. of Success – the “What”The Pacific Institute – the “How”

  2. P.R.I.C.E. of Success (pending trademark) • Professionalism • Respect • Integrity • Caring • Engagement

  3. How it started: Clinical Visits Good for students Good for employees P. R. I. C. E. of Success is born A differentiator in the marketplace Introduction to The Pacific Institute

  4. Bringing together two major initiatives to: • Reinforce our organizational culture • Enhance student development in emotional intelligence • Provide tools and understanding to aid in student retention

  5. Our approach: • PD121 • Required student course that embodies Thought Patterns/TPI concepts and P.R.I.C.E. • All employee training • 1st “all employee training” for the organization • Executive support was key • Tied to Strategic Plan

  6. Key components / concepts affecting course modifications for employee training: • What’s good for students is good for employees • 3 M’s of “model, mentor, and monitor” apply to all employees • Understanding scotomas, HABEs, self-talk, etc. helps personally and professionally - - all tied to P.R.I.C.E. • Case studies were Herzing specific and included P. R. I. C. E.

  7. Sample case study (employee to employee) You are a recent hire, after a few weeks the “honeymoon period” is over and people start acting/behaving as they normally do.  You begin to notice that there is a small group that seems to have “gripe sessions” on a regular basis.  It’s beginning to get a little uncomfortable for you… you are a peer to the group.  What do you do?  As a group, think about how you would apply the core competencies of PRICE to the solution.

  8. Sample case study (employee-student) One of your students has come to you indicating that he wants to drop out of school. You learn that he just recently found out that he is now a father. He wants to quit school so he can get a job to provide support to his child.  What do you do?  As a group, think about how you would apply the core competencies of PRICE to the solution.     

  9. The feedback we heard: “life-changing for me, my family, and my organization” “I needed this right now” “incredible impact on me personally and professionally” “I feel re-energized - - ready to re-engage with students”

  10. Continuing the Momentum: • PD121 • Investment in Excellence – e-learning course • P.R.I.C.E affirmations from training sessions • Annual Leadership Meeting activities • Integration into Performance Management • Trademarked Logo for P. R. I. C. E. • Campus initiatives • http://youtu.be/BovD4UsiTz0