Participants will focus on the emerging and changing role of leaders in building the culture of operational excellence based on correct principles. Participants will learn what leaders can do to become more personally centered around the principles of operational excellence and how they can deepen the understanding and application of these principles within their senior leadership teams. Participants will learn how they can effectively communicate, inspire, organize, and hold accountable others in the organization to align the management, work, and improvement systems to drive behaviors consistent with these principles. Participants will learn why these competencies are more important in leading the development of a lean culture than participating directly on Kaizen project teams.
Participants will be able to:
• Clarify teaching role: when to mentor, coach, lecture
• Unify the learning and teaching cycles
• Ask questions that inspire and motivate
• Unleash talent and passion
• Create a workforce that engages in continuous improvement
|May 7, 2013|
|8 a.m.-5 p.m.||Provo, Utah, USA|
|This workshop will be held on the Tuesday before the 25th Annual International Shingo Prize Conference in Provo, Utah. If you would like to sign up for ONLY the workshop and not the conference, please click the "Non-Attendee" button on the registration page. You can then choose the workshop only. If you would like to attend both the conference and the workshop, please choose "Attendee" on the registration page. You can then choose the workshop and conference registration.