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Steven Garofalo has over 25 years of corporate experience in the areas of operations and efficiency, project management and business development. Steven founded a corporation by the name of Search & Assessment Services, Inc. (SAS Inc.), in February of 2002 with the core mission of providing world class long-term added value training and consulting services to people minded corporations.
Steven has taken his corporate experience and blended it with his apologetics training in effort to offer a number of apologetics centered cultural training programs to corporations. Those programs include but are not limited to: Business Ethics training, Morally based Working Principles (seminar), the Importance of Character in the workplace, and world view training-building teamwork through diversity.
BUSINESS ETHICS TRAINING
NATC also offers different levels of "Business Ethics" training seminars. Seminars are molded to meet the individual needs of different corporations/corporate needs. Corporate America has had its share of ethical violations and the question of business ethics is a subject that is sorely misunderstood. The goal of NATC is to help equip Management and Employees to better understand the general foundations of business ethics and how to apply them in the market place.
WORK PLACE DIVERSITY: WORLDVIEW TRAINING
Many organizations are experiencing the growing diversity of workers entering the corporate marketplace in the 21st Century. Corporate America is rapidly changing, with a diverse population of Asian, Indian European, African and Atheist and other people from various cultures across the globe.
This means that today's corporations and corporate managers have to deal with people from differing "world views", meaning different religious, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds. American business principles are based on an objective standard-fostering things such as honesty, trust, value added service, and character. Today's work place is moving forward, trying to accomplish a common goal through people of differing world views; through a body of individual people who see "how" to get things done very differently. This can create tension, misunderstanding, and negatively affect corporate productivity.
The National Apologetics Training Center equips corporations to more effectively use their greatest asset-their people. Understanding different world views and ethics centered on building character is essential to that process. All training is geared to an objective moral and ethical standard according to the goals of the individual corporation. People from different backgrounds see the world differently and conflict will arise from these differences. How we might best go about solving those problems through understanding different world views and working towards a common ethical standard is the foundation of a more fair, productive and best in class work place environment. Please email us by going to the "Contact Us" tab if you have interest.