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Measurable Results – Positive Return on  Investment (ROI)

Measurable Results

By utilizing a variety of measurement tools, we are able to track the progress of participants with both qualitative and quantitative results, in areas such as the following:

Managing Others

  • Establishing Focus
  • Motivating, Inspiring and Empowering
  • Fostering Teamwork
  • Managing Performance
  • Communication
  • Building Relationships

Managing Business

  • Customer Focus
  • Diagnostic Ability
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Technical Expertise
  • Managing Change
  • Initiative and Innovation

Managing Self

  • Self Confidence
  • Dedication
  • Stress Management
  • Flexibility
  • Social
  • Team Player
  • Integrity

Positive ROI

The workplace improvement projects undertaken by the participants during the programs focus on areas where they feel they can make positive changes to improve the workplace.  These changes encompass a wide variety of improvements from process to people – and in almost every case, the overall savings and/or efficiencies identified by the participants result in a net gain to the organization that is more than the original cost of the program.

Measurable Return on Investment

Every participant completes a workplace improvement project that provides a focused, practical and strategic foundation to enable them to develop, research and test the feasibility of a project that is targeted specifically at workplace improvement – and to provide measurable recommendations.

These workplace improvement projects typically demonstrate how to either increase profit or decrease loss – with the added benefit that they have been developed, researched, and tested by the people who are actively engaged in the activity – not an external consultant who often does not fully understand the culture of the organization and the intrinsic nature of the situation being addressed.

Projects often include those that target:

  • Morale
  • Productivity
  • Inclusiveness
  • Systems and Processes
  • Turnover
  • Error rates
  • Waste
  • Absenteeism

Examples of projects include:

  • Community-engagement project – International Vehicle Manufacturer
  • Entirely new revenue stream – Online Marketing Company
  • Revised distribution process – National Distribution Company