Good Morning.  I’m David Veech.  This is Elevate Your Performance.
We are quickly heading into the Thanksgiving weekend, and then on to Christmas, Chanukah, and New Years.  All fantastic times to re-center, reconnect, rejoice.  I’m praying for a safe, virus-free, small gathering for everyone.  In the midst of this pandemic, please take the time to reflect on your blessings and find gratitude for small things.  Gratitude eases the stress and can get you refocused and reenergized.  We all need that!
If you need a brief renewal with focused problem solving, I invite you to join me for a 2-day virtual learning experience hosted by my friends at Lean Frontiers.  
Come and discuss how we can… 
• See problems more quickly
• Teach problem-solving skills more consistently
• Write better problem statements
• Determine more accurate and actionable root causes
• Reduce bias and increase certainty in your decisions
• Build more creativity in your workplace…
The workshop will be from 12-4 pm EST on December 2 – 3.  Register HERE.
If you need something more focused on your business, please reach out.  We can co-create a program to deliver precisely what you need, delivered either virtually or on-site.  My favorites are strategic planning, leadership development, operational excellence & lean systems, and problem solving. 
If you need a speaker for an upcoming event, I am happy to help.  I can deliver an inspirational and motivational message virtually or in person.  It might be the perfect touch to your organization’s holiday celebration. 
Please visit my Blog and my YouTube channel.  I’ve been posting something nearly every day.  Drop by and share a thought or two and let’s get a conversation going.  Please consider Subscribing to my mailing list for the most current information.
Call me at 502-517-1845 or send an email to me at david.veech@leadersights.com to get the ball rolling. 
I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
Join me over the next couple of days.  I’m going to be talking about different types of organizational culture and how we might be able to change to create a better workplace.
Have a great day and I’ll see you tomorrow.