Templates and Examples

SEVEN STEP LEADERSHIP AND FACILITATION PROCESS

This process works well for creating high-performing teams, resolving conflict, generating improvements or introducing new work methods. Don't wait till you have a problem. PPTX on the left. PDF on the right.

EIGHT STEP PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUE

This process will work on any problem in any situation, for both individuals and organizations. 

This example is a useful template for a Project Plan to implement a new or upgraded risk management framework in your organization. It lays out the basic steps and participants that will help ensure a successful implementation of a risk management framework. 

Policies don't need to be long documents (unless perhaps you are writing a national healthcare policy?) but most organizations will be better served with succinct statements that people find relatively understandable. The headings and layout in this risk management policy example would also be a great starting point for any type of management policy.

This is a PowerPoint file containing the table from the "How to Create Effective KPIs" article in an editable format. It links Balanced Scorecard (BSC), Risks, Risk Treatments, Critical Success Factors (CSFs), Key Result Areas (KRAs), Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Organizational Objectives.

Feel free to modify, use, adapt and share it if it is useful. I'd be grateful if you could acknowledge JulianTalbot.com if appropriate. Thanks.

Two variations on business case templates from the book "Business Cases for Risk Management"

The accompanying template from my article, "What's Right With Risk Matrices?"

Job Application Letter

The job application letter template from my article, on "How To Write A Job Application That Gets You To Interview."