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Sam Glenn's Programs Win Two Telly Awards!

Silver Telly Award

We just heard from the Telly Awards and our videos with Sam Glenn won two awards!

"A Kick in the Attitude" won a Silver Telly as Best Motivational Video! In this program, Sam uses humor and anecdotal stories to give you an attitude boost. The training program covers four lessons: Lighten Up, Reject Negativity, Keep Your Perspective, and Practice! You can view a preview of this program by clicking here.

We also received A Silver Telly Award for Best Training Video (for corporate use) for the program "Who Put A Lizard In My Lasagna" This program explores the areas of attitude and customer service. Sam focuses on lessons that will help boost your attitude: Be Creative; Remember What’s Important; Go Above and Beyond; Have Fun!

The core message of "Who Put A Lizard in My Lasagna" is Sam’s Lizard Philosophy, which is all about bringing your best to every interaction you have with customers and coworkers. We promise you will laugh at Sam’s stories as his message helps you improve employee attitude and customer service. Click here to view a preview of "Who Put A Lizard In My Lasagna."

Congratulations to Sam and the team here at Enterprise Media for the awards! If you are interested in learning more about the Telly Awards, you can visit their website at

Posted under What’s New, Customer Service, Sam Glenn by Stewart on Jun 21, 2010 | Comments: 1 | Post a comment»

John Kotter Explains His 8-Step Process of Change In Our New Release

John Kotter on Change and Leadership

Recently, Dini and I sat down with John Kotter in his office with a video crew. We asked him if he could outline his eight-step process of change. We thought it would be a great supplement to the videos we distribute featuring John.

Well, the results were fantastic! We have put this material on a new DVD release. Our name for the program is "Transform Your Organization!" In a way, we see this as a video workbook. It’s filled with practical advice and tips for any manager, team leader, or executive who is involved with organizational change.

The video workbook is laid out simply. John introduces his eight-step model for change in the first video clip. He then outlines each of the eight steps of change in the following eight clips. With each step, he provides tips for implementation (and also ideas for avoiding pitfalls). On the DVD, you can view the entire program or choose any one of the video clips to watch on its own.

We priced this inexpensively so any manager, team leader, or executive can get it as a personal reference tool. You can learn more at our website. You can also see a preview of "Step 1: Increase Urgency" there, too.

Posted under What’s New, John Kotter, Leadership, Corporate Strategy by Stewart on Apr 28, 2010 | Comments: 0 | Post a comment»

Online Attitude Boosting Seminar Featuring Sam Glenn

Sam Glenn Picture

On May 6, 2010 Sam Glenn is having a half-day online seminar designed to motivate, inspire, and kick up your attitude. Since so many of you have become fans of Sam through his bestselling video series, we thought you might be interested in hearing about this seminar. So, here are the details:

During times of change, employee engagement can be the first thing to go. But as you know, employee engagement is the one thing that is most crucial to keep your company on track. Sam Glenn has a great formula for keeping your team engaged... And you can learn about this in a half-day "virtual event."

Sam Glenn is launching a new "virtual event" opportunity called Go Positive Seminars on May 6. The event will be held live in Aurora, IL, on May 6, 2010, from 9 AM-11: 45 AM CST (please adjust for your time zone, as the event will ONLY be offered live). You can join the seminar through a simulcast option and tune in and watch it as if you were "in the house." The cost for this seminar is $97 per office.

Sam will kick off the seminar with his signature humor-filled keynote focusing on the transformational power of attitude. He has selected some of Chicago’s most dynamic and entertaining speakers, including Greg Porcaro, Juan Ortiz, Scott Carbonara, and Marie Hale, who will present on goal setting, customer service, teambuilding, change, and health. The goal is to invigorate staff in a half-day format, so that they will be engaged and ready to perform at their best.

If you want to sign up to see this event, please visit:

Have fun and enjoy the show!

Need more SAM in your workplace? For a limited time we are offering $150.00 off the purchase of the Sam Glenn Series to help GO POSITIVE reach each and every employee in your organization! Simply type in "GO POSITIVE" in your online order and we’ll deduct it from your total. Or call us! We have consultants ready to assist you! This offer expires May 31, 2010.

Posted under What’s New, Sam Glenn, Special Offers by Stewart on Apr 09, 2010 | Comments: 0 | Post a comment»

Tom Peters New Book: The Little BIG Things!

The LIttle BIG Things by Tom Peters

More great book news! Tom Peters book "The Little BIG Things: 163 Ways To Pursue Excellence" is now available. As many of you know, Tom Peters has been consolidating a lot of his best ideas into "Success Tips" for his blog. These tips distill so many of the ideas that Tom has developed through his practice.

After accumulating hundreds of these ideas (over several years), Tom decided to aggregate the best of these into a book. In it, you will find ideas for improved customer service and leadership. Tom also shares ideas on innovation, excellence, and organizational strategy. I particularly like Tom’s advice on improving your communication abilities, and honing your leadership skills.

These are 163 great ideas... and they are motivational, insightful, fun to read, and eminently useable (and, for that matter, sensible). If you’re interested in Tom’s new book, click here to see the link on

As many of you already know, Tom has also put a lot of these great ideas into a training video series. We shot over 90 of Tom’s "Little BIG Things" over three fun and fascinating days. I confess that we spent as much time chatting and laughing as we did shooting Tom’s segments. Free previews are available here: The Little BIG Things DVD series.

Posted under Best Sellers, What’s New, Customer Service, Tom Peters, Leadership, Management by Stewart on Mar 10, 2010 | Comments: 0 | Post a comment»

Now you can get A "Kick In Your Attitude" in print!

A Kick In The Attitude by Sam Glenn

Sam Glenn has just released a book called "A Kick In The Attitude," which is published by Wiley. Many of you know Sam from his hysterical video series (which includes the program "A Kick in The Attitude." Now, Sam has put his philosophy in print!

Sam’s book is filled with his usual great stories as well as lots of wonderful advice and tips for getting - and keeping - a great attitude. I am always drawn to his customer service stories, and Sam’s book is filled with them. But as I was reading Sam’s book, one other topic caught my attention. It’s in Principle #17 (which is called "Attitude Is Like Chalk Dust - It Gets On Everything You Touch").

In this chapter, Sam has a section called "You Can’t Please Them All." In it he speaks about the challenge of delivering great customer service. Sometimes you really can’t please everyone. For example, if your customers are rude to your people, then maybe you can’t please them and you have to move on. This is hard advice, but I also think it is great advice. Herb Kelleher was also a fan of this philosophy. In my interview with Herb, he said that at Southwest their philosophy was to put employees first. Herb thought that if the employees were happy, then the customers will be well served and the shareholders will reap the benefits. It’s great advice!

Give Sam’s book a try! It’s a fun read! Click here to see more on You can also see a preview of Sam’s video "A Kick In The Attitude."

Posted under Talent, What’s New, Sam Glenn by Stewart on Feb 12, 2010 | Comments: 0 | Post a comment» X

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