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The Road to High Reliability

Work with us to customize a set of solutions for your journey toward zero harm.

Programs, workshops, and online tools led by JCR advisors can help you progress to zero harm, wherever you are on your high reliability journey.

Invest in your leaders and their teams to develop vibrant improvement and safety cultures that are essential to high reliability transformation.

We are here for you. We are nationally recognized speakers, teachers, coaches, and mentors on all critical components of a highly reliable health care organization.

Transformation is not easy and will take time, but so do most things that are truly worth it. We can help.

Facilitating Change

Facilitating Change® is a model for leading change initiatives that are important to your organizations. Equip your team with the tools they need for success from a two-day virtual workshop aimed at helping attendees achieve strategic and operational goals, and tackle complex, multifactorial issues in today's changing health care environment.

RPI Green Belt Training and Certification

Achieve your Green Belt certification through our training program for individuals and small teams. Featuring faculty with significant experience in applying the systematic approach of RPI, the Green Belt Certification Training Program incorporates a blended approach of Lean, Six Sigma, and change management specifically within health care settings.

RPI Yellow Belt Self-paced Training Online

The Yellow Belt certification program spreads basic RPI skills quickly and effectively among all your employee groups. The program is designed to offer foundational problem-solving skills to all levels within an organization or augment your current Green Belt, Lean, Change Leader and Black Belt training programs by giving all employees the skills to improve their daily work so that RPI becomes the way they work.

*The use of Joint Commission Resources consultative technical or advisory services is not necessary to obtain a Joint Commission Accreditation award, nor does it influence the granting of such awards.