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Practicing Perfection Documentary
This 20 minute documentary reveals the heart and soul of the mission and vision of Tim Autrey, Founder/CEO of The Practicing Perfection Institute, Inc.
This two minute extremely powerful and unforgettable video issues a life-changing challenge.
6-Hour Safety Culture
In 6-Hour Safety Culture, a new groundbreaking book written by Tim Autrey, he shows you how to cast aside cumulative wasteful ‘old-school’ initiatives that drain resources and frustrate workers without adding any real value
Tim Autrey is a guest on the Brian Tracy Show
Tim Autrey, CEO / Founder of PPI speaks with Brian Tracy about the vision of PPI.
Man Made Disasters
This 65-second video defines the major issue facing organizations today- the perception of apathy. At the very end, the simple and powerful solution is provided.
Next-Level Human Performance
This six minute video introduces you to the definition of Next Level Human Performance and busts a couple of long-held myths about organizational culture.
Future of Human Performance Video Series
Part 1: How to Get Their Attention
There is a great deal of confusion in the world today about “human performance.” Unfortunately, this leads many to waste lots of time and money chasing the latest ‘programs’ designed to ‘fix’ people. In this video, Tim Autrey clearly defines “human performance”, laying it down as the true foundation for all your performance improvement efforts. From this base of understanding, he then offers you a simple and understandable explanation of the science of ‘attention’. Such awareness provides the ultimate solution to overcoming your first hurdle on your journey toward sustainable next-level performance.
Part 2: Influencing Behavior
Part 3: Engagement Alignment
Now that you have discovered HOW to get peoples’ attention (Video #1), and understand human motivation and the power of on-purpose experiences (Video #2), Tim Autrey details how to move beyond promotion of compliance to generate genuine desire on the part of workers to do the right things for the right reasons. He discusses where to begin: how to determine where you want to take your organization (using the Transformation Conversation), and then the importance of defining/refining your Core Principles (BEFORE you take any further actions to improve performance). He concludes by providing you with a simple next-level approach for engaging and aligning the members of your team.