2020-2021 WEBINAR SERIES
EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP
Along with most every other organization, KyCPE has decided to cancel our 2020 Conference and Awards Banquet. While we regret we won’t be seeing everyone in person, we are very excited that our national award winners have agreed to host monthly webinars!
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March 17, 2021
4 - 5:30 P.M.
Don't Just Correct an Issue . . . Take a Corrective Action
This session is designed to help participants move beyond "fire-fighting" (reactive) responses to adverse events toward "fire-prevention" (proactive) activities.
As an element of creating a culture of safety for the workforce and customers and moving toward systems thinking, many organizations have embraced the concept of a "just" culture. Defined as "a culture in which front-line operators and other persons are not punished for failures of systems and processes," this typically results in increased reporting of errors and "near-miss" events. Broader knowledge of such events informs analysis of data for patterns and trends, and the use of predictive analytics. Just culture, while certainly an improvement over a "blame" culture, may still merely correct the immediate problem. Taking a corrective action uses analytics to understand the cause(s) that led to the non-conformity and create a S.M.A.R.T.E.R.* plan to prevent future instances of the same or similar issues throughout the organization and beyond.
Session Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of the session, participants will be able to:
Compare and contrast making a correction vs taking a corrective action
Utilize a S.M.A.R.T.E.R. for planning a corrective action
Create a compelling case to commit resources to implement a corrective action, rather than simply making a correction
April 21, 2021, 4 p.m. EDT - Doug Serrano and Denise Haynes, Quiet Excellence
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