Transform Your Office Habits to Increase Productivity AND IncomeGuest post by Caroline Bailey (an IVAA Online Summit Speaker)
If I came to visit you right now, this very instant, in your office, would I see you reflected in it? Is your office a mirror reflection of who you are, what you do, what you believe in, work for, and strive for? Is your workspace really working for you or are you working for your workspace?
In my breakout session at the upcoming IVAA 2014 Online Summit, we are going to take a hard look at your daily processes and procedures, your office workspaces, and your time management and use the tools of Lean Six Sigma to transform your work day as well as your offices into dignified, empowering spaces, with processes and procedures that build self-worth and business profit at the same time.
So, what is Lean Six Sigma? Lean Six Sigma is a combination of two separate business methodologies blended together as a structured approach for problem solving and process optimization. Lean concentrates on improving process flow, and Six Sigma concentrates on high quality. Lean Six Sigma results in the highest level of quality in the shortest amount of time possible for the process.
By implementing Lean Six Sigma concepts, organizations can change for the better. I was drawn to Lean Six Sigma because as an Office Manager and a Single Mother, I wanted to work smarter and not harder. Once I enrolled in the program, I began to realize that Lean Six Sigma can be applied to completely overhaul antiquated systems, streamline processes and procedures, and I now teach and prove that organizations can change for the better.
It is my mission, my Divine responsibility, my passion – to take the concepts that I have learned and practice to teach, show, lead, and guide others in their homes, farms, classrooms, boardrooms, offices, assembly lines, organizations, or corporations how Lean Six Sigma can increase productivity, increase quality, and increase income. My goal is to help you see and then experience the possibility of greatness within your processes, yourselves, and your offices.
Please join me on Friday, October 17th at the IVAA Online Summit and explore how you can transform your office to increase your productivity and your income!
Caroline is a Process Improvement Specialist who specializes in coaching others in their homes, farms, classrooms, boardrooms, offices, assembly lines, organizations, and corporations how to increase productivity, increase quality, and increase income.
Caroline is a Certified Lean Sigma Black Belt through North Carolina State University and a Project Manager completing her certification through Project Management Institute. Caroline has extensive domestic and international experience in Customer Relations Management, IT, Customer Service, Inside and Outside Sales, Quality Assurance, Project Coordination, and Logistics. In addition to holding a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration, Caroline possesses over twenty years of experience in Customer Service, and over seventeen years in Business Management. She has extensive experience in various industries including Health Care, HVAC, Information Technology, Refractory Services, Home Mortgage, Banking, and Automotive. Caroline relocated from her beautiful home state of South Carolina and now resides with her family in the Greater Triad and Triangle areas of North Carolina.
Caroline’s mission is to help you see and then experience the possibility of greatness within your processes, yourself, and your office!
She will be speaking at the IVAA Online Summit and her topic is “Transform Your Office Habits to Increase Productivity AND Income”.
Register today for the summit and be part of this two day virtual conference with many speakers and lots of prizes to win – IVAA wants to help educate, empower and grow your virtual business!
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