Behavior Change & Stopping Human Error Track

We understand that for you to spend your valuable time away from work and fund attendance to an event like the Summit, you have to be able to show your organization the benefits.  But what if you could reduce the impact of human error in your business and change behavior for the good?

I’d like to discuss the sessions in the Behavior Change & Stopping Human Error track and the benefits of them:

•   “Communication That Prevents Human Error” will be presented by Beverly Inman-Ebel and will provide information around four targeted areas that can prevent miscommunications.  If you could improve communication in your workplace, how much would this one session be worth?

•   In “Human Error,” Dr. Joel Haight will explain “Why Expecting Perfect Human Performance is an Error” and Chris Vallee will ask the question “Can You Find the Human Error Cause?”  Human engineering, ergonomics, this session has it all and is designed to be interactive and….fun! 

•   In “Behavior and Human Error,” Jim Whiting will explain why “All Behavior Depends on Perception of Risk” and Bill Sirois will explain “How Fatigue Impacts Human Error.”  Learn what drives people and become more knowledgeable about fatigue.

 •   “Critical Task Tool/Procedure Improvement Project” will be presented by Renee Jourdin and Megan Roth and will discuss how to improve training through the use of job aids to increase the reliability of employees.

•   Dr. Beverly Chiodo will discuss “Character Driven Success.”  In this session, employee communication tips will be explored.  Dr. Chiodo is a professor in the Department of Management at Texas State University, and in 1997, was named “The Best Business Professor in the Nation” by the National Business Education Association.  How much is learning from the best worth?  Priceless.

•   Dr. Chiodo will also present “Changing Behavior by Praising the 49 Character Traits” where positive motivation will be explored.  Motivation can lead to outstanding business results; you do not want to miss this one.

•   In “Event Free Performance Toolbook,” Steve Franker will share techniques and work practices that reduce errors and improve human performance.

•    In “Flipping the Switch: Living the QBQ,” John Miller will share fun and meaningful stories of personal accountability.  Conducted more as a workshop, there will be interaction with your peers based on questions provided by John.

That is a lot of value for $995!  And that does not count the benchmarking with old and new friends from your and other industries.  But WAIT!  There is MORE: 

You’ll meet in the morning and afternoon with attendees from all tracks to hear the keynote speakers:

•   Dr. Joel Fish, Brian Tink, and Jim Thompson will talk about how just one root cause analysis changed an industry practice.

•   E.D. Hill from Fox News will talk about “Lessons Learned from Success.”  

•   Mike Kelley will deliver an empowering talk called “Establishing a Culture that Promotes Super-Performance” where he will discuss his view that personal and professional growth are tied together and how they ultimately add to the success of the organization.

•  Mark Paradies, our President, and Dave Prewitt will present thoughts on systematic ways to manage performance. 

•   Best selling author John Miller will open the day on Friday with a powerful talk on personal accountability. 

These keynote talks provide a good balance of usable techniques, personal improvement, and motivation, and alone are easily worth the $995!  How much would it cost to hire just one of these amazing speakers?

And by the way, there is one more thing – the last session you attend will be “Planning Your Improvements” where TapRooT® Instructors will facilitate attendees in developing action plans for when you return.  The difference in success and failure can come down to one simple process; setting goals and following through to achieve them.

Be proactive!  Tell your management that you want to attend the Behavior Change & Stopping Human Error track at the 2009 Summit.   Write down the value to you of each of these sessions, and put some thought around the cost of human error in your business.  What if you could reduce these costs just a small %?  How much is the summit worth to you?  I think you’ll agree, much more than the cost.

Don’t forget our guarantee:  Attend the Summit and go back to work and use what you’ve learned.  If you don’t get at least 10 times the return on your investment, simply return the Summit materials and we’ll refund the entire fee.

P.S. – I would be remiss if I did not mention that it is also a great idea to come two days early and attend a two-day course at a cost of $1895 for a course and the summit (a $200 discount).  See the list of two-day pre-summit course here:

http://www.taproot.com/summit.php?t=pre-summit