Quality Judgement for Quality Outcomes

Date(s) - 9 Jun 2015 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

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For more detail contact:
Rosie Barfoot on 01305 261540 or email here

Quality outcomes in business rely on an individual’s good judgement.  If your business can successfully deliver the competent skill sets, processes and information necessary, a method to measure, build and strengthen employees’ good judgement will create better outcomes.

Bad judgement often negates superior skills and processes; but good judgement often overcomes inferior skills and processes. This can impact directly on the profitability of the business.

It starts with the value system

Crucial to this judgement in any business process is an individual’s value system. This is not something a person has, it is a summation of who they are which is a result of their journey to this point. This evolves throughout our lives and is influenced by every event, experience and individual who touches our lives. Our value system is manifested in a number of ways, our understanding, and our decision making through the way in which we assess and evaluate information, and ultimately make the decisions we do.

Building on their value system

As we know, individuals and teams are our most important of assets and it is essential to get what they do, right. By taking the time and using whatever tools are necessary or available, we can start to understand their position, their stance and the reasoning behind their decisions being made, ultimately to the benefit of our business.

Men of ill judgment ignore the good that lies within their hands, ’til they have lost it.” (Sophocles)

About our speaker – Rosie Barfoot

Rosie started Training for Results over twenty years ago by provide leadership and management training courses. Her focus is on development that achieves the best in people. It is the emphasis on training in the workplace that brings about successful change in a business, in line with the goals of that business.


1800 – Reception & Buffet
1830 – Welcome | Introductions | House notes
1845 – Rosie’s presentation followed by Q&A
1945 – Summary and vote of thanks, News, AOB
2000 – Networking
2030 – Closure


There is on-site parking, however if it is full there is on-street parking pay and pay & display parking in the Asda car park next door


This event is only £20 for CMI members, £30 for non-members.

You can book your place via Eventbrite

To check availability and secure your place contact:
Ken Barfoot on 01305 261540 or email here

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