Our programme of FREE introductory webinars is the first step in helping you to develop business-critical skills and behaviours for overcoming key organisational challenges and driving continuous, sustainable improvement.
Problem solving and improvement is the responsibility of everyone within an organisation, regardless of profession or sector. Too often, it is only considered a business practice; in fact, it is a life and employability skill.
With the UK productivity gap and organisations facing unprecedented levels of change, it’s little surprise that great value is placed on people who have the ability to adapt and change to meet market demands – and this includes the aptitude for problem solving.
This introductory session will focus on two critical factors for effective problem solving: mastering the framing of the problem and utilising a logical structure to drive effective teamwork and measurable, sustainable results.
Through the discussion of a proven problem solving methodology, you will gain insights to practically and immediately improve your individual, team and organisation’s problem solving performance.
This is an extract of our highly-praised PRACTiCAL PROBLEM SOLViNG day workshop; for more information please click here.
This introduction to managing daily improvement focuses on the benefits and application of managing daily improvement techniques, providing a logical structure that drives inspired leadership, effective teamwork and measurable, sustainable results.
You’ll be given an overview of the steps to applying a proven methodology to your own organisation, to gain insights to practically and immediately improve your individual, team and organisational performance.
This webinar will be led by the iNNiTi effect founder Alexandra Poole, who will share her invaluable insights for ensuring daily improvements that support your organisation’s vision and strategy, and can be replicated in a structured and repeatable way.
This is an extract of our highly-praised MANAGiNG DAiLY iMPROVEMENT day workshop; for more information please click here.