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Employee of Choice Programs

A PROBLEM WORTH SOLVING

EOC is an organization committed to improving the world's citizens ability to interact more effectively in the workplace in order to improve their chances of success, retention of employment, and to reduce unemployment and underemployment rates. 

SOLUTION: THE EMPLOYEE OF CHOICE

The seek to fill this gap by providing customizable programs that properly prepare youth, young adults, and the general workforce with essential interaction skills, job readiness skills, and problem-solving skills. This will lead to a workforce of Employees of Choice.

EOC's Vision is to positively impact communities and the nation’s economic status and poverty levels via the evolution of the way employees and organizations interact both in and out of the workplace.

EOC’s Mission is to evolve the interaction between organizations and individuals through a focus on the four E’s: Educate, Encourage, Empower, and Evolve:


Educate

We believe that educating individual employees is just as important as developing leaders.  EOC offers workshops, trainings, simulations, and more in order to educate employees of all levels on the essentials of workplace interaction.  Our Educate Modules form the foundation for each of our programs.

Encourage

Encouragement and motivation are a focal part of individual success and ultimately that of groups and organizations.  EOC provides training and facilitation to individuals and groups that support this belief by offering topics central to creating an environment of engagement within organizations.

 

Empower

Individuals like to be empowered to be the best they can be whether in a work or general community setting.  The Academy addresses this need via topics such as Trust & Credibility, Goal & Objective Setting, and Peer Delegation.

Evolve

The evolution of the way organizations and employees (society) interact requires effective dialogue between individuals and organizational leaders.