your week, and your year off with Power
are invited to join Greg Neil and a very special friend and
business associate... an expert in motivating people to have
their best life and their business on a call Monday morning,
January 19th, 2009 at 8 am PST for the first
Monday Morning Meeting.
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Miss our FREE
Practices for Residential Construction"
Greg Neil of Gregory Neil Associates and Mark
Labourdette of Design Build
Specialists, Inc. on January 29th at 10am PST for
a FREE webinar about learning how to improve
your business and cut costs all while delivering better
value to your customers.
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through a Recession Economy
Motivates with Inspiration, not Fear
every day someone asks me what's happening with other companies—
what's it like out there across the country? To break it simply
into two categories, there are companies who were already
doing a lot of the "right" things, and who now are
experiencing less success than usual, but doing well considering.
And there are companies who got caught not doing the "right"
things because they needed to have the business
be successful— because of this they are now racing
against fear. The fear of loosing their business, as well
as the fear that those practices they thought were not so
important when times were good, may now be a bit more important,
but budgets are tighter and how are they going to catch up? Some
companies are going out of business, while others are taking
pay cuts just to avoid going out of business.
more important then ever to make sure that the most valuable
resource you have —Your
the people that are going to pull you through this— are
in great shape, and are ready, willing, and able to get the
job done. Motivating teams of employees who are fearful and
resigned to "nothing will ever improve here" in
a business that's losing money is a sure recipe for more of
on January 29th
Practices for Residential Construction
traditional thinking is you can not improve costs, time,
and quality at the same time. However, with Lean Practices,
you can do just that!
waste, improving quality, reducing costs simultaneously
a environment of continuous improvement
accountability to the person actually doing the work
By taking your company Lean you can expect significant
improvement in coordination and communication resulting
in approximately 50% to 100% increase in your production
cycle times... and more!
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