MISS THE SEMINAR THAT WILL CHANGE THE WAY YOUR BUSINESS WORKS.
These are not static classes. These are hands-on workshops
that are filled with real-world applications of the Pull Thinking®
methodology. During the course, you will receive powerful
tools that you apply right there and then to your own most
troublesome issues. Tools that help you solve problems, set
goals, define performance measurements and create the alignment
and ownership needed to achieve your goals.
Alignment at Work offers seminars in one-day, two-day and
three - 1/2 day formats, including:
Pull Thinking In-depth Experiential Seminar
(a 3-day public or customized onsite seminar - includes 2
follow-on coaching sessions) Click here
By the end of a course, attendees walk away with:
- An understanding of how they
can use Pull Thinking to create organizational alignment
- Immediate benefit and value with actual examples
completed in class
- Positive, rather than negative, motivation
to achieve better, self-sustaining results
- An overall vision for their business or team
and clear-cut instructions on how to build a plan and the
measures that will support that vision
A seminar experience:
was clear to everyone else in the room (long before it was
clear to me), that using PT (Pull Thinking) to envision &
create my next career energized me in ways I hadn't felt in
There was a lot of peer learning going on in
the class. I learned so much from the other people
and their approaches, and how they would incorporate PT into
their lives that it helped me tremendously.
I have been around Lean courses for the last
8 years, and never felt the usefulness that I now feel, starting
during the 2nd day of the PT seminar.
In the 2nd day, when I was working on the structure
is when I could see the germ of this new business idea unfolding
before my eyes and it felt so right.
I have been struggling with this idea for a couple
of years, but PT has put “meat on the bones” so that now I
can really see how to make it happen.
My excitement is even affecting people who were
not at the seminar. Literally on the way home from the seminar,
I got a call from a colleague who I'd been talking to for
years about this idea, who's been half-hearted about it. He
said he's been talking to some people & was raving about
what a great idea it was & how he wants to get going with
it! This came totally out of left field.
Somehow people have gotten the confidence that
I now feel to pursue this!"
Manager and Instructional Designer