July 29, 2022 | Alex Paradies

Why You Should Register for the 2023 Summit Improving Human Performance Track

People make mistakes. We have heard it a million times in a million different ways. Phrases like “it’s human nature,” “to err is human,” and my favorite, “you can’t fix stupid.” If you are battling human error and looking for ways to upgrade your human performance program, then the Improving Human Performance Track is for you.

This track shares best practices to reduce human errors by making processes more intuitive and less error-prone (more resilient). Take what you learn from the 2023 Summit and improve your human performance as soon as you return to work.

If you want to use the best tools to reduce error, attend the following sessions listed below.

Can’t Miss Improvement Track Sessions

Session 1
Digital Procedures: What Management Needs to Consider Before, During, & After Adoption | Dr. S. Camille Peres

Session 3
Advance HOP Techniques (HOP 2) | Alex Paradies & Kevin McManus

Session 9
How Admiral Rickover Built the First High-Reliability Organization | Mark Paradies

These sessions focuses on advanced human and organizational performance tools (HOP2) and uses advanced root cause analysis to improve the facilitation of learning teams.

Learn To Upgrade Your HOP Program Sessions:

Session 2
Using TapRooT® to Improve Learning Teams | Alex Paradies

Session 6
How to Stop Non-Conservative Decisions | Alex Paradies

Session 8
Using TapRooT® for Positive Outcomes | Tim Diggs

These sessions will give you a practical way to improve your learning team’s results and show you how TapRooT® can be used to make positive changes in your investigations.

Must Attend Best Practice Sessions:

Session 4
Sharing Human Performance Improvement Best Practices | Reb Brickey

Session 7
Building a Roadmap to Success | Rick Hulse

These sessions promote networking and sharing best practices between attendees to develop a custom human performance improvement plan to implement as soon as your return to work from our conference.

Are You Interested In Attending?

If you are interested in attending the Improving Human Performance Track, visit our registration page to register for this track. If you sign up before February of 2023, you will be entered into our Early Bird Registration Contest, where you can have the chance to win a fabulous prize.

As the Summit approaches, keep an eye out for an email from Whova. We will use this platform to keep you updated and informed during our Pre-Summit and Summit.

Pre-Summit and Summit Location

Our Pre-Summit and Summit will be held at the exciting Margaritaville – Lake Conroe Resort • Houston, TX, on April 24 – 28, 2022. This resort has everything you need for a fun and informative Summit. Visit our Summit page to learn more about 2023 Pre-Summit, Summit, and Margaritaville Resort.

Want to learn about our other tracks? Click on the link below to view our full Summit schedule.

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If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me at alex.paradies@taproot.com.

Meet Your Track Leader

Alex Paradies helps clients learn how to maximize TapRooT® as an investigative and predictive methodology. As an instructor, he looks forward to “meeting and working with new experts and different industries.” Alex came on board full-time in 2019 but is no stranger to TapRooT®. It’s no coincidence that he shares the last name of the co-developer of TapRooT®, Mark Paradies – he has grown up in the business and is excited about the next generation of TapRooT®. He brings with him over six years of experience at The Timken Company where he skillfully managed over 100 workers in a competitive job shop environment. His background includes experience as an Industrial Engineering Manager, Sr Lean Engineer, a reliability intern at Novelis, and an undergraduate researcher. He has a B.S. in Material Science & Engineering and a minor in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee. His sights are set “firmly on safety – bringing continuous improvement to manufacturing, logistics, operations, and quality.”

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