Kevin Honeycutt

CENTRAL PHILOSOPHY

In Presenters on June 12, 2012 at 2:31 am

Brand dilineators

1. Do whatever it takes to meet the needs of the customer.
2. Arrive early and stay late. It’s ok to set up chairs and help clean up after the event.
3. Make time to be available after your work is done. Talk to as many participants as possible.
4. Never lose your sense of camaraderie with daily educators, learn with them and from them.
5. Seek opportunities to work in classrooms, alongside teachers to maintain your instructional skills and true sense of the plight of teachers.
6. Teach by example and do the things you teach.
7. Keep your sense of humility and NEVER put your own needs above those of the customer/learner.
8. Be kind.
9. Be an inventive problem solver, looking for solutions to the challenges your customers face.
10. Love the work or find something else to do.

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