On leader standard work: The missing link between lean leadership and employee engagement

June 3, 2024 | 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Pacific time
Contact AME: 224-232-5980 | events@ame.org
Fees
Complimentary

Location

Virtual Event
DESCRIPTION

As a manager, if you often find yourself struggling to respond effectively and support your subordinates due to a lack of time, and if you see non-routine tasks getting lost in the whirlwind of daily activities, then Leaders Standard Work (LSW) is a tool that can transform your work life. Our webinar on LSW is specifically designed to show you a process that can significantly enhance both your personal work engagement and that of your subordinates. Incorporating LSW into your current planning model is like adding 'planning and execution on steroids'.

HOST COMPANY

Quality Consultants specializes in applying the Toyota "Respect for People" concept, which in leanspeak is workforce engagement. We particularly welcome those firms struggling to make the transformation and those who have tried and were less than successful. https://www.qc-ep.com/

PRESENTER

Lonnie WilsonAfter 20 years with Chevron in refinery management, Lonnie Wilson started Quality Consultants to assist those who wish to make a large cultural change, especially in the field of lean manufacturing. Quality Consultants specializes in applying the Toyota "Respect for People" concept, which in leanspeak is workforce engagement. We particularly welcome those firms struggling to make the transformation and those who have tried and were less than successful. Lonnie has authored 6 books in three languages, including both the theory and applications of lean strategies, tactics, and skills. Two of these books are entirely dedicated to the topic of workforce engagement. You can learn more about Lonnie, lean manufacturing, workforce engagement and his firm at www.qc-ep.com. All his materials are in XL and Word format, and you can download them all.

AGENDA

Monday, June 3, 2024

  • 1 pm - Introduction
  • 1:05 - Presenter presentation
  • 1:50 - Q&A
  • 2pm - Webinar concludes
PARTICIPANT BENEFITS
  • Leader standard work defined and why is it critical in lean leadership and employee engagement
  • How to use leader standard work to develop employees
  • How to practice lean leadership behaviors with leader standard work
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • C-level executives and operational leaders
  • Change leaders responsible for lean and operational excellence transformation
  • Change management leaders 
  • HR professionals
OTHER REGISTRATION INFORMATION

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