LEAD Lean: Embracing Your Leadership Role
When a leader embraces their responsibilities to care for people instead of caring for numbers, then people will follow, solve problems and see to it that that leader’s vision comes to life the right way, a stable way and not the expedient way.
The demands on managers and leaders is tremendous. The speed of change, innovation and competition is increasing at unbelievable rates. The tradition way of managing the numbers is proving to be less effective. Leaders can no longer be the only ones with the new ideas and solutions. Instead, leaders must embrace the ever changing role and upskill their ability to motivate, inspire and influence their teams to perform at exceptionally high levels, and to rapidly innovate and solve problems to achieve the goals.
In this session you will learn what it takes to embrace your leadership role:
- To Find the Courage to be Different
- To Inspire and Encourage Innovation
- To Create the Right Environment and Behaviors
In order to care for the people who are responsible for delivering the results. The mean justifies the end.
About the Facilitator:
Crystal Davis is an experienced business management consultant with twenty years of experience in the design, development, and implementation of Lean Business System solutions. She has accumulated extensive domestic and international expertise in the design and implementation of solutions for automotive and healthcare manufacturing, and consumer packaged industries. Crystal has assisted clients in formulating comprehensive business and logistics strategies and in re-engineering distribution and manufacturing operations to reduce costs, improve customer service and drive revenue.
With Crystal’s vast knowledge and experience she has played integral roles on several enterprise-wide Supply Chain Management projects. Crystal has also trained and coached globally in Operational Excellence at various organizational levels. As a teacher, coach and speaker, Crystal uses practical techniques, innovative methods, and Socratic teaching to engage, captivate, and add value to those she encounters.