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Half Fixes = Broken

What type of impact does a tolerance to half fixes have on your company’s efforts to achieve high standards of compliance and overall business excellence?

During out Mock Courts it is a recurring theme that not following policies, procedures, checklists and forms is rarely an isolated infraction but more systemic in nature.

In theory, theory and practice is the same thing. In practice, they are not.

There are obvious consequences to this problem, but at its core, the problem is that tolerance to half fixes breeds mediocrity.

Mediocrity not just with respect to the particular procedural expectation or even a specific risk discipline (safety, bullying, contractor management etc.), but mediocrity culturally.

It is said that the truest expression of one’s intentions are the actions taken. The fact that organisations are capable of identifying these half-fixes and choose to not take the steps necessary to address it provides a gap that a Prosecutor can drive through.

To find out more about our Mock Court Programs, please give us a call on  1800 85 86 98 or contact us via our website today.

Written by Bruce Whitehead

What Others Are Saying About Mock Court

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“From The Moment We Sat Down You Had Our Attention”

Today was absolutely awesome!! From the moment we sat down you had our attention. You didn’t use scare tactics but you were very honest with the possibility of what can ACTUALLY happen out in the field and also who is potentially responsible…

Rachel Bellino, Seymour Whyte Construction

“Overwhelming Positive Feedback”

Excellent delivery and well suited to the target audience… Overwhelming positive feedback. Better than I anticipated.

Brian Selmes, Snowy Hydro

“A Valuable Experience For All Levels In The Team”

Feedback has been overwhelmingly favourable and unanimous view is that it was a valuable experience for all levels in the team.

Mark Whybro, NSW Fire Brigade

“A Brilliant Demonstration Of How Things Can Escalate”

Thanks so much for the Mock Court Session this morning. It was a brilliant demonstration of how issues can end up escalating if they are not dealt with appropriately and we have already received some brilliant feedback.

Emma Lovesy, Colonial First State