FREE Webinar: But The Process Says I Have To!
People are often shocked to hear that a process coach could hate processes. Not the process itself, but when people say that they are doing something because of the process. Just like with goals, processes need to have a reason. And that reason needs to be understood by the people who are doing the process work. Without a good understanding of the goal of a process (“what”) and a reason for that goal (“why”), it won’t be executed optimally.
Past more than optimal execution, how would someone be able to improve on a process if they don’t know what the goal is and why it is important. In most homes around the globe, after-work decompression consists of complaining about how things are done at the job. “I don’t know why we keep doing things in such a stupid way” is a common topic of conversation. If your team is armed with the knowledge of “what” and “why”, they can make things better. In this seminar, you’ll learn about how to communicate the “what” and “why”, and tools to empower your team to re-direct their efforts from complaining to improvement.
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Business Leaders (C-Suite Executives, Business Owners, Senior Leadership Teams, Entrepreneurs, etc.) whose companies produce 1+ million in annual revenue.
Preston founded his first company while a senior at Tulane University in his parent’s garage with an investment of a computer and a printer. In a few short years, this organization transformed into a million-dollar company. He spent the next few years growing a wide variety of companies until he found his niche in process efficiency using the LEAN and Agile methodologies. He turned around several faltering product lines, grew product customer bases from just a few individuals to thousands, and drastically reduced overhead. Preston looks at process as an enabler and every opportunity for improvement enables the business to put resources towards innovation.
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