Ugly Babies, and What to do With Them
Ugly babies are everywhere in your organization, and they are taking you down from the inside, causing you unknown (and unneeded) pain. Despite likely hiding in plain sight, these Ugly Babies may be negatively impacting your ability to deliver on important projects, improve organizational processes, which leads to a disengaging of your staff and team and worst of all, costing you a ton of money.
So what causes all of these rampant Ugly Babies?
What is to be done about these Ugly Babies?
What the heck IS an Ugly Baby?!?
In this session, participants will be introduced to the concept of the Ugly Baby, identify the three biggest sources of those Ugly Babies (along with the all-important ‘why’), and what you can do to counteract their influence and impact.
‘Cause there’s nothing worse than an Ugly Baby.
(Disclaimer: All babies are beautiful...I’m obviously not talking about REAL babies – VM)
About our Speaker:
Working with clients across industries and sectors, Vincent empowers leaders and organizations to develop cultures of high process performance and continuous improvement. A founding member of the Love the Process Academy, host of "Analysts After Work," and co-host of the podcast, “Business (Not) As Usual”, Vincent is a highly sought after speaker and instructor in the areas of Business Process, Lean Six Sigma, and Operational Excellence, and has been named a top 25 thought leader on Culture, Change, and Business Management by Thinkers360. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®), Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®), Certified Customer Experience Professional (CCXP), a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, and a trained facilitator of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method and materials.
5:30 - 6:30 pm Ugly Sweater Contest and Happy Hour, connect to Zoom
6:30 - 8:00 pm Opening, Presentation, Conversation, Q&A
Zoom Link will be sent to registered attendees
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