The Operational Excellence Society is happy to announce the next meeting for the Atlanta Chapter on Tuesday, July 9th, 2013. Please feel free to share this opportunity to your professional network, refer a colleague or, better yet, Bring a Friend!
Becoming A Better You – Maybe You Need to Change How You Change
So much of what stands in the way of successful, sustainable change are our perceptions and the stories we’ve created that keep us locked in old habits and patterns.
In his “Becoming a Better You” workshop, Dr. Peter Vajda shares his knowledge of how and why we resist change so you can understand what’s holding you back. He then provides you with the tools to forward the action of your life.
You will receive valuable insights and practical exercises for personal growth at work, home and in relationships.
Peter’s 30+ years’ experience in the public and private sectors includes working as a University professor, consultant, trainer, facilitator, manager and for the past 15 years as a Certified Professional Coach. Peter holds a Master’s Degree in Education and a Doctorate in Education and Cognitive Psychology.
He is a dedicated author. For the past 12 years he has written a weekly column – “Food-For-Thought” - focusing on moving through the obstacles and barriers that stand in the way of meaningful change. He is currently completing a book on personal change and transformation – Becoming a Better You.
WHAT PARTICIPANTS SAY:
“Your change presentation was phenomenal. It really resonated within me. I think it is the best presentation at any…meeting I’ve attended.” Alexander Davidson, Materials, Procurement, Lean Six Sigma Professional Consultant
“Your workshop was an amazing experience - most certainly time well spent.” Tom Kounelis, Director, Brand Communication, Kounelis LLC
“You spoke at… last night about resistance to change & you were wonderful. Thank you for the advice on reprogramming.” Dawn Payne, Project Manager, Cox Communications
“It was a tremendous job you did Peter; I received lots of tremendously positive verbal feedback!” Stephen Burlingame, President Atlanta SPIN (Software and Systems Process Improvement Network)
6:30 – Registration
7:00 – Presentation
8:00 – Networking Mixer
8:30 – Closing
Meetings of the Operational Excellence Society are open to the public. There is no delegate fee for this event, but space is limited. For more information, please contact Wilson Faure (FaureWF@xonitek.com) or Trinity DeMars (DeMarsTK@xonitek.com).
When & Where
Operational Excellence Society
The Operational Excellence Society is a “grass-roots”, all volunteer, not-for-profit (no dues or membership fees) organization committed to those Change Agents dedicated to the continuous and deliberate improvement of company performance AND the circumstances of those who work there – to pursue “Operational Excellence by Design” and not by coincidence.
It’s a place where people can take the conversation from cyberspace and make it face-to-face, to exchange ideas and best practices, and offer and receive mentorship. Whether you are in industry, a practitioner, in academia, a consultant, or an individual who is interested in the subject matter – all are welcome to join and participate.