Events
Oct 26, 2021 | 10:00 AM EST

“Building a Kaizen Culture”

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In this session we will discuss how and why Kaizens have been such an effective vehicle for change. We will share the requirements for planning and executing successful Kaizen events, and offer a step-by-step guide to your first Kaizen event. If you’ve already led these events, we bet you’ll gain some useful tips from this training.

If you have never led a Kaizen, you’ll leave this training confident in your ability to introduce this approach to your organization. Run enough Kaizen events and you will create a Kaizen culture that can take you and your organization to new heights.

FREE RESOURCE: This training offers a free Kaizen Tool Kit. Details shared during training.

This program is offered several times a week. Click Registration to find next available program.

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Oct 26
09:30 AM EST

“Getting the Right People on the Bus”

As a follow-up to our program “Successful Change begins with Emotionally Intelligent Leadership,” we take a deeper dive into the social and behavioral elements that define Emotionally Intelligent Leaders from others in their orbit. We will dissect a common model for describing where people fall on the EQ spectrum and discuss ways that you can leverage EQ to create more productive and harmonious relationships. We will also look at how to apply this model to selecting individuals most likely to succeed in change management initiatives, and how to assist others to come along for the ride.

FREE RESOURCE: As part of this program, we’ll offer an article in PDF that you can use as the basis for educating internally.

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Oct 27
12:00 PM EST

Tool-of-the-Month Club: The IMR Chart

The Individuals and Moving Range Chart is one of the most powerful tools to understand how your process is performing over time. An IMR Chart can reveal shifts, trends, cycles as well as other information necessary to understand how your process is performing. The IMR Chart is an important baselining tool to understand if a process is meeting expectations. It can also help to understand the impact of interventions you may have planned.

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