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Continuous Improvement Training Course - One Day

Learn practical tools that you can use in real-life situations. Continuous Improvement Training
  • Continually improve your team’s ability to get better results
  • Create and sustain a progressive culture
  • Improve your communication; make it more future focused
  • Improve your ability to solve problems before they can occur
  • Banish the “If it aint broke, don’t fix it” mentality
  • Improve your invention, innovation and creativity
  • Harness the power of continuous improvement
Learn in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere with people who are facing similar situations as you.

The course content was excellent; initially concerned there was too much content, but was covered efficiently. The trainer's presentation: Excellent engagement, just enough group involvement and great examples of experiences.

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Continuous Improvement Training - One Day Course Overview


  • What is Continuous Improvement?
  • Continuous improvement is a system of progressive evolution
  • What is are the tools for continuous improvement?
  • Continuous improvement as an 8-part model:

    • Clarity of Purpose
    • Planning
    • Action
    • Measure the Feedback
    • Learn from success
    • Learn from failure
    • Change
    • Innovate


  • Continuous improvement as a skill set:

    • Goal setting
    • Clear communication
    • Decision making
    • Creativity
  • Continuous improvement as an attitude:

    • Progressive
    • Happy but not satisfied
  • Action planning

Continuous Improvement Training - Morning

How can you get the best performance from yourself and others?

What is continuous improvement?

Continuous improvement is a system of thought and action that ensures the future will be better than the past.

Key Question: "How can we constantly get better results?"

We can get better results only if we engage in a process of continuous improvement.

Continuous improvement is formed of three major elements combined:

  1. An 8-part method
  2. A set of related Skills
  3. A mind-set, a positive attitude

These elements combine to form a process of innovations which ensures your organisation will achieve all its goals.

Continuous improvement as an 8 Part method.

Continuous Improvement Training Cycle

Continuous improvement is a circular method of eight steps that forms a process of non-stop progress.

Continually improve everything you do:

The C.I. Method is composed of eight subsets.

1. Clarity of Purpose

Clarity of purpose is the starting point of all achievement.

Your purpose is to add value to others, (your clients, colleagues, and stakeholders).

Remember that we succeed to the degree that others value our products and service. You must continually find ways to improve the perceived value of your service to others.

2. Planning for progress

Continuous improvement implies The P-list activities:

Progressive thinking, progress, prioritisation, predicting potential opportunities, perfecting, prevention of error, preparation, practice, problem solving, prevention, proper protocols, personal initiative.

3. Progressive Action

How to organise yourself so you get the best from every situation. Find the most efficient use of your time and other resources.

4. Gather the Feedback

Gather the positive and negative feedback created by your recent actions, use it to inform your next improvement.

5. Positive feedback

What is going well? Learn from what works. Spread best practice across the whole organisation.

6. Negative feedback

What has not been going so well? Learn from failure.

Continuous improvement transforms failure into feedback.

Every setback, or defeat contains within it the seeds of an equivalent benefit.
Learn the lessons from every defeat and come back stronger with a better plan.

7. Change, adapt and improve upon your current condition

Based upon an analysis of what is not working, find out what needs to improve.

8. Innovate; take the initiative

Make things better BEFORE you need to.
Perfection may not be possible, but it is worth striving for.
The continuous improvement cycle is an attempt to reach perfection. 

Continuous Improvement Training - Afternoon

Part two: Continuous improvement as a skill set

Smart Goals

1. Improved goal setting skills

Why goal setting is vital to your success.
How to set and communicate your goals.
How to discover what your customers want.

What happens if the goal is vague or ambiguously worded?

2. Improved communication

You need to communicate your message more effectively.
Your communication needs to be clear, accurate, brief and persuasive.
Your goal is to eliminate errors or upsets caused by poor communication.
How to improve the accuracy of your communication and therefore eliminate unnecessary errors.

3. Improved problem solving and prevention of avoidable error

Your organisation should be problem-solving machine.
Or even better, a problem-prevention machine.

Your success depends upon your ability to solve problems and make the right decisions.

  1. Problem, cause, solution (thinking backwards in time)
  2. Problem, potential implications, countermeasures (projecting forwards in time)
  3. Yes or No? Should we or should we not? decisions
  4. Which one / what kind? decisions
  5. What is the priority order (by value)?
  6. What is the priority order (by logical sequence)?
Continuous Improvement - Results, Actions, Emotions, Thoughts

4. Improved innovation, imagination and creativity

Alexander the Great said, “We will either find a way or make one!”

Improved creativity:

  1. Think outside the box
  2. There is more than one way to skin a cat
  3. Learn from nature
  4. Reframing

Part three: Continuous improvement is a mindset.

Continuous improvement is a state of mind.
A positive attitude that we call Rational Optimism.
Attitude determines results.
The self-fulfilling prophecy:

How to create and sustain a positive mental attitude, especially during tough times.

Summary and action plan

I really enjoyed this course. The trainer was fantastic, very positive energy and extremely engaging and knowledgeable. The printed training book had good visuals and wording, it was easy to understand. The course covered all the relevant topics, nothing was unnecessary. I learned a lot over the two days and have already been able to put some of those skills into practice. I did come away feeling more confident.

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In-House Training Course Pricing and Proposal

This course is available from just £1,950 +VAT per day as a bespoke in-house group training course in the UK and worldwide.

It has been designed to provide a similar experience to our open courses, however we can tailor the content to fit your specific needs. In-House Group training costs from just £1,950 +VAT per day (international training price varies). Plus, hotel accommodation for trainer if necessary. (Premier Inn type: not the Hilton!)

This price includes:

  • Quality training delivered by an experienced trainer
  • Full days training
  • Full colour course handbook
  • Preparation work
  • Travel costs and time
  • Written action plan to take away
  • Access to our post course portal
  • Access to our on-line leadership and management decision matrix templates and tools
  • Plus three months FREE telephone coaching to answer any on-going questions

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Excellent content! I particularly liked the 8 Part SMART and understanding the difference between Critics and Cynics. Transforming negative conversations onto a more productive track. The trainer's presentation had a good pace, presentation and style.

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Continuous Improvement Training Course Summary

What is continuous Improvement?

Continuous improvement is formed of three major elements combined:

  1. An 8-part method
  2. A set of related skills
  3. A positive mind-set

The three major elements combine to form a process of progressive innovations, adaptations and changes, which ensures that your organisation will achieve all its stated goals.

  1. Continuous improvement as a method: Continuous improvement is a circular method of eight specific steps that you repeat and that results in non-stop progress
  2. Continuous improvement as a skill set: The circular C.I. Method depends upon a set of distinct skills, abilities and disciplines, that you put into practice on a daily basis
  3. Continuous improvement as a mindset: The special skills are underpinned by a unique mind-set; a positive attitude that we call Rational Optimism

Your organisation relies upon innovation, exceptional service and strong relationships.
Your mission is to provide the best services and products in the industry.
Your organisation has recently experienced many changes in response to fluctuating external and internal conditions. It is still in a state of flux.

With that in mind, you have decided to present, to selected members of your team, a One-day Continuous Improvement Course.

Your intention is to gather a group of your key people from the various teams within the business, and to have them work the material together.

The purpose of this Continuous Improvement Course is to:

  1. Highlight the concepts of Continuous Improvement to the team.
  2. To discover how they may apply the concepts in their daily practice.
  3. To provide a common frame of reference so that they are all “singing from the same hymn sheet.”