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Seeing Human and Organizational Performance (HOP) Right

3-Day Workshop Offering by COVE & Fisher Improvement Technologies


Workshop Details


November 14 - 16, 2023




271 Executive Park Dr NE, Concord, NC 28025






Different people with different personality tendencies see, manage, and mitigate risks differently. Understanding how humans perform and how we can build systems that are more error tolerant is key to advancing organizational excellence.

Leading organizations are focusing on how employees are engaged in their processes and contribute directly to execution and improvement opportunities. Leveraging Visual Literacy (originating in art education) and Advanced Error Reduction (AERO) frameworks, enables individuals to reduce the probability of human error during task performance and effectively mitigate consequences when errors occur.

Connecting Human Performance and Visual Literacy

After Attending This Workshop You Will:

Have an understanding of how to reduce human errors through advanced HP methods and personality tendency management

See the role visual literacy can play in improving our recognition of hazards, triggers, and traps that lead to incidents that are avoidable

Realize how improving our critical thinking skills leads to meaningful and sustainable solutions

Understand the connection between advanced Human Performance Science and Visual Literacy

Know how to build leadership capabilities and competencies

Understand how our interpretation of what we see is influenced by our experiences, expectations and biases

Learn new tools you can utilize to improve your ability to See the Whole PICTURE™

Know how to lead more effective engagements ( JSA, PTB, Toolbox Talk, etc.)

Experience better performance, better procedures and better investigations

Reserve Your Seat

Experience better performance, better procedures and better investigations.

Join FIT & COVE for a 3-day workshop to better understand this connection between Human Performance and Visual Literacy and how they are essential components to driving the next generation of risk mitigation programs.