The strategies and approach you shared helped guide my overall understanding of true professionalism and how to apply them towards helping me to maximize my full potential in the future. Thank you for being passionate about what you teach. October 12, 2016.
Ethan was an amazing instructor that was able to take really dry subject (Professionalism) and transform it into a lively attention-grabbing program that did not feel like four hours in a classroom. Thank you!!
For the past several years, Ethan has taught programs in workplace ethics and time management to audiences ranging from public works personnel to utility managers and self-employed entrepreneurs. The evaluations for each and every program have shown him to be a popular and effective instructor. He always finds a way to link the classroom material to the real world and takes care to demonstrate why it is important to learn and understand what is being presented. His combination of energy, humor and informality genuinely makes learning fun – something that is not always easy to accomplish with adult learners! With the heart and soul of a lifelong learner and a lifelong teacher, Ethan truly wants folks to learn and grow from his presentations.
Ethan was wonderful, he hit all the marks on what I was looking for in the “Effective Team-Building” training for my staff. He is engaging and thought provoking, and masterful at eliciting participation. It was clear that he invested time and effort into providing the team with training that pertained to them. He was on time, had a well-planned agenda and presentation. I can’t think of anything I would change about his training.
Ethan Chazin (Remaining Ethical in Morally Challenging Times) is energetic, eager, excited, lively, witty, amusing, determined, bright, confident, sparkling, vivid, methodical, maniacal, practical, serious, tactful, tough, zany, youthful, capable, keen, quick, and…ACCOMPLISHED!
Ethan delivered an engaging, provocative, introspective training session (Remaining Ethical in Morally Challenging Times) in which he discussed universal principles.