Sometimes months, even years go by while many relationship, performance and morale issues linger – from communication differences
to equipment shortages. Now they can be resolved in a matter of days or even hours by learning and using our Fast Improvement Team
processes. The people in your organization can become immediate Fast Improvement Teams. In two hours, you can learn any one of the
improvement processes below to speed up your progress to deal with change, manage growth, assure continuous improvement and/or increase
customer satisfaction. Schedule sessions for your organization, team or leadership team.
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Leadership and facilitator certifications are also available. The book,
Taking Charge of Your Positive Direction, by J. Bert Freeman, is included for first time attendees. Additional copies can be purchased if desired.
The TEAM NINE experiential learning session vividly defines real teamwork.
The T.A.L.K. Associates TEAM NINE™ session
The Decision-Making Round Table process is used:
The Unity of Effort 'Meeting-Before-the-Meeting' (FIT)
A Meeting held in response to mandatory organizational change
– Govt. Regulations
– Organizational Policies/Procedures/Directives
The Unity of Effort Positive Direction POWER PRINCIPLE (FIT)
Used to identify positive direction approaches for successful outcomes, sustainability, relationships, performance and/or morale
The Unity of Effort ‘System First’ (FIT)
Research shows that the largest percentage of deviations from correct performance is due to the system
When forward movement and continuous improvement are critical to your organization’s success, Consistent Positive Direction is essential.
The CONSISTENT POSITIVE DIRECTION (FIT) Approaches
The Unity of Effort Decision-Making Roundtable (FIT)
Create and Manage the Reality that needs to be in place for "Next Levels of Effort"
Express your personal and organizational attitudes in the direction of the outcomes, results and/or successes that you require or
desire, at cyber speed.
This is primarily a leadership practice that can easily become an organizational practice
To address deviations or corrections, examine the system first for cause and effect. Was there adequate:
Learn how to speed up organizational change and progress using the ‘System First’ approaches
Address potential deviations with solution-focused approaches
Determine critical actions that will change attitude to activity
Three questions are asked that cause multilevel coordination and communication
Best time for the meeting is prior to the implementation date of the change
When you have tried everything
For strategies and approaches to interact with customers and internal partners
To help each other concentrate on delivery and focus on customer satisfaction
When you have yet to try anything
To resolve differences and deviations
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This session requires a minimum of six participants.
You will understand more about what is at the core for speeding up the progress that you want your organization to make.
For a quick start, update or continuation on a project or program
Uncover the silent contributors that will accelerate success and excellence