- Breaking the Rulz: Insane Ideas Incite Incredible Innovation!
- Exceptional Relationships: The Power of Co-Creativity
- The Passion Plan: Blowing Away the Business Plan
- No Boundaries: Life is Like a Pendulum
Tim Autrey is a man of incredible passion. He lives his life out loud…on purpose.
He loves to engage people’s emotions, touch their hearts; to energize and inspire. : How to Gain [or Regain] Control of Your Future”.
Tim Autrey captured a unique perspective and understanding of personal and corporate human effort.
Tim Autrey has spent several years working with the nuclear power industry. He has successfully trained and worked with Operations, Maintenance, Licensing, and senior management teams for such companies as Gulf States Utilities, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Carolina Power and Light (CP&L) and Vermont Yankee.
He was a key member of the management turnaround team at CP&L’s Brunswick Nuclear Plant, where he coordinated human performance enhancement efforts for the shortest (and most successful) plant turnaround ever in the history of that industry.
Tim’s “break the rules” approach highlights the incredible importance of attitude, and a commitment to the success of the individual as a critical component of the success of any organization. He is a man who honestly believes that anything is possible. He has no judgment. He holds no prejudice. Recognizing the opportunity in most any circumstance, Tim Autrey holds fast to an intense personal mission: The maximization of human possibility personally and corporately.
Tim Autrey is the creator of Practicing Perfection®, the next-level approach to achieving and sustaining human error reduction, safety improvement, and human performance enhancement. He has worked with some of the largest organizations on the planet, helping tens of thousands of workers to sustainably reduce errors, enhance safety, and grow quality.
Results achieved through implementation of the Practicing Perfection® approach include sustained reductions in the rate of human error of up to 87.5%, supplemental (contract) workforce error reduction of 72.4%, and a facility’s best safety and output record in a 26-year operating history. A measurable example of the associated culture transformation includes a year-over-year 70% reduction in bargaining unit grievances.
Tim Autrey is the author of the Electrical Power Research Institute’s (EPRI) official Guideline on Human Error Reduction. He has been instrumental in helping to guide The Joint Commission in its efforts to promote High Reliability in Healthcare.
He has spoken at Stanford University and The Mayo Clinic.
Tim Autrey’s book, 6-Hour Safety Culture: How to Sustainably Reduce Human Error and Risk details the underlying precepts and lessons offered by this revolutionary approach to next-level performance that can quickly and easily be applied within any organization.