2014 Global TapRooT® Summit Attendees Share Favorite Aspects from the Summit
Rich Horan from PPL Electric Utilities shared some of his favorite aspects of the 2014 Global TapRooT® Summit in Horseshoe Bay, TX. Listen to what content he enjoyed most and what he will be taking back to his workplace to implement some of the Best Practices shared at the Summit.
Don’t have time for the whole video? Read below some questions we asked him and what he had to say.
How did you like the Summit?
“I loved it! Very well organized. It was my first Summit and from the beginning right up to the end today it was very enjoyable and very nice to meet a lot of the people looking for the same experience and networking.”
What was your favorite session?
“I would have to say the Best Practices and Learning. It was very interactive but there was a lot we walked away with, that I walked away with that get to take back to my work place and apply some of those lessons learned. So, I would have to say that was the better session of all of them.”
Can you think of any of those Best Practices that you’d like to share with us?
“The corrective actions and the effectiveness reviews. So the quality of the investigation is important but most important is the corrective actions and the effectiveness review as far as a follow up to see if there is some quality in those investigations.”
Did you attend the reception? How did you enjoy that?
“Well, it was absolutely wonderful. It was a good way to break away and meet some people. There was beautiful weather, good music, and probably one of the better receptions I’ve been to in some of the conferences over the years, so, well done!”
How was the networking and the people that you met here?
“I think that networking is very important and from that, learning what others are doing and sharing what I have done in the past two years as a TapRooT® instructor. So, very valuable to meet other people and continue that networking after the conference.”
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