Class teaches the people side of process improvement

September 8, 2010
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Everyone knows that people are the driving force behind any major or minor project or change within an organization. A manager needs to have the support of his or her team in order to succeed.

Enter: the People Side of Process Improvement. Dale Carnegie Training of the Bay Area is offering this one-of-a-kind class to help organizations survive one of the fiercest challenges in implementing process improvements: involving, engaging and maintaining enthusiastic employee participation across all levels.

More than 31% of all company projects are canceled at the cost of a whopping $81 billion per year. With billions of dollars each year being lost on failed and canceled projects, what assets are pivotal for the success of these projects and ultimately the survival of organizations?

We’ve all heard the stories about the Fortune 500 companies that simply no longer exist. And it’s not for the lack of a talented, driven workforce. So why do companies go under?

This class will answer all of that and a lot more. We’ll also discuss:

  • Why people resist process improvement programs and how can we win their support
  • Discover what’s burning out your champions and how to avoid losing them
  • Uncover ways to unite strong-willed individuals into results-focused teams
  • How to use the “people” approach to drive extraordinary results

The class will be held from 9 to 5 p.m. on Sept. 23 and Sept. 24 at the Dale Carnegie Training of the Bay Area, 1700 S. El Camino Real, Ste. 100, in San Mateo, Calif. Seats are limited, but the results are definitely not! Click here to register and for more information.

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