As a general rule, when training is offered it is because we believe employees don't have the necessary knowledge and skills to achieve the results we need. This assessment can be either reactive: problems remaining unsolved; decisions being poorly made; projects late, over budget, and perhaps worst of all, not delivering the desired value; or proactive: changing the way we manufacture products; make capital requests; investigate deviations; develop new products; implement projects. If we want different, better results, we need people to do things differently. We need people to change their behavior.
Many organizations fail to make the best choices and miss an opportunity to empower and elevate the performance of their people through decision-making.
Does your organization suffer from a mild case of missed deadlines? Occasional bouts of squandered opportunities? In extremely rare instances, is there a history of total collapse? Perhaps your organization isn't well equipped to handle conflict or fear. Attend this webcast to address a new approach to attacking risks and learn to face fears in a healthy way.
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