Those who've seen Jeff will know how down to earth and practical his presentations are.
Last year was a very changing, challenging year for everyone. In a short space of time what industry has incorporated into their roles is the need to be functional from remote as well as face to face. Safety and duty of care has become paramount to work to strict guidelines. The challenge to all organisations is to capture these in a defined manner to make sure nothing slips through; the impact as we have seen in so many cases to companies big or small is massive.
This world we live in is forever changing, we are taught change is good (Kaizen Kai=Change zen=good) even more so now but one aspect you can cover time and time again for which the function does not change other than the concept but the benefit to all in most cases will. Sharing.
In our working life, there will be a time when you take steps to climb the ladder of success ourselves where presentations will be a necessity in your day to day, even interviews for jobs can have a presentation included. It is something people struggle with and sometimes don’t come to terms either, but it is part of our working requirement if we desire that promotion, even Schools have this as part of their curriculum which is fantastic. How you deliver it will deem whether it is accepted or forgotten, using key points and techniques will help to make that transition beneficial.
One of the major focuses within industry now is reducing the cost implications caused by poor working practices, ensuring all your assets are kept to a standard where performance and reliability come hand in hand. Ron Moore’s Reliability leadership model focused on bringing the Maintenance and operational functions together to work side by side in a safe and focused manner as a team, driven by operations, and supported by maintenance.