Improvement Program at the 2010 Summit
Attend the Improvement Program track at the 2010 TapRooT® Summit (learn more about the presenters on the Summit website). The specific sessions for this track include:
Self Improvement for Your Future: In response to a declining job market in 2009, we offered a Career Development Track at the Summit in Nashville, Tennessee. It was so well received, we decided to offer a best practice “mini course” in career development for 2010. Register for this session and join Dave Janney, Brad Towe and Barb Phillips as they present not only how to end 2010 on a professional high note, but also how to make 2011 the best professional year ever!
Dr. Beverly Chiodo is returning to the Summit to speak about Character Driven Success and how to change behavior by praising the 49 character traits:
* Motivate people to respond nobly to life’s challenges.
* Express specific ways others have benefited your life and the life of your organization.
* Discover the secret of “going the second mile.”
* Create an environment which builds rapport and team spirit.
The purpose of this session is to broaden your understanding of what makes communication powerful and effective. Dr. Chiodo will challenge you with a new perspective on how to motivate others to excellence.
Changing Behavior By Praising the 49 Character Traits
The purpose of Dr. Chiodo’s presentation is to enlarge your understanding of what makes communication powerful and effective. Dr. Beverly Chiodo will challenge you with a new perspective on how to motivate others to excellence.
As you participate, laugh, and refine your ability to speak and write, you will learn to influence and motivate others. Your life will be changed as Dr. Chiodo teaches you how to empower others.
How To Set-Up and Sustain a Continuous Improvement System
How do high performing organizations design their continuous improvement systems?
How do these organizations use and improve their continuous improvement systems over time?
What options exist for setting up a high impact continuous improvement system?
What types of teams do you need?
Kevin McManus will answer these questions, while also providing an overview of the tools and processes necessary to implement and sustain a continuous improvement system that meets your needs in a value added manner.
In the best practice session, “What are Your Proactive Performance Indicators?” the difference between reactive and proactive measures will be explained with examples. Attendees will also have the opportunity to share the proactive measures that they have found useful.
“How TapRooT® Fits into ISO” is also a best practice session on this track, as well as “Using Training Simulation to Improve Performance” presented by Mario Paquette and Gerald Perrier.
AND DON’T FORGET our 2010 Keynote Speakers
REGISTER for the 2010 TapRooT® Summit!