Which organization does not want to increase its profitability and improve the performance of its teams? People and Profit always go hand in hand. When your teams are highly productive, the organizations will eventually start maximizing profits through sustainable improvements.
Mere increasing customers is not enough to improve profitability. Making operations efficient and improving the team’s performance is another way for creating a better organization with increased profitability.
Team Faber Infinite has been helping clients across industries and geographies by supporting transformation journeys. Based on our experience in the industry, sharing the outline of webinars conducted by our expert team. The webinars widely acknowledged and were well received by the audience. In these webinars, senior partners at Faber Infinite narrated the ways an organization can build high performing teams and how organizations can maximize their profits by implementing sustainable improvements.
The first webinar – ‘Maximise Profits through Sustainable Improvements’, talks about how the profitability of the organization can be maximized. It highlights the challenges organizations are facing today. and how the historical markets were more or less monopolistic. However, today the markets are buyers markets and it is the buyer who is dictating the prices and the products. Hence, in today’s world customer is the king. In such a scenario, when the profit margins are not healthy and when on the other side the overheads are going up, it is definitely going to affect profitability. In such a competitive scenario, how will one survive? The webinar outlines ways to maximize profitability – watch the webinar here.
Webinar tries to answer the following:
- How leaders can deploy the steps of organizational improvements and ensure sustenance?
- What framework can help organizations set-up and lead complex organizational improvement efforts?
- What factors lead to the highest chance of success in leading organizational transformation journeys?
- What can be learned from other organizations’ attempts to achieve exponential profits?
The webinar was conducted by Mr. Jalay Pandya – Founding Partner and Director at Faber Infinite Consulting. He is a Business Transformation Expert with rich experience of Organizational Transformation, Operational Excellence and Change Management Practices.
The second webinar talks about the 5 I’s of building high-performance teams! In today’s era, to sustain in the globally competitive market, it is necessary for the organization to have full involvement of its people as people form the base of any organization.
A recent survey revealed that high performing individuals increase productivity index by 20-25% and those who exercise their strengths daily are 8% more productive and 6 times more likely to be engaged. Not just this, but there is 1.9 times increased likelihood of having above-median financial performance.
Every business aspires such statistics for their organization. However, it is not easy to achieve such numbers and hence these “Five Is” – Involvement, Importance, Improvement, Impartial, and Incentivising – of Performance Management System (PMS) by Faber Infinite can create that impact. Each of these ‘I’s is a step towards high-performance teams if implemented with due diligence under expert guidance.
Webinar tries to answer the following:
- How to move from subjective to objective measurement?
- Generate 11 more improvement opportunities
- Dashboard to identify performance at all levels in the organization
- Employee KPI’s aligned with organizational goals
The webinar was conducted by Mr. Vishal Kulkarni – Founding Partner and Director at Faber Infinite Consulting. He is a Capacity Building expert with rich experience of Organizational Transformation, Strategy Development and Change Management Practices. To know more about how it can be implemented in your organization, watch the webinar here
We received a huge positive response from all our attendees. We look forward to hosting such webinar interactions in the future as well.
Written and Compiled by Faber Priyal & Faber Mayuri