The Workshop is based on sustaining momentum by understanding the drivers of human behaviour and how the individual character and language used by a leader plays an important part in the building of organisational CI culture. While CI is very much in vogue as an operational excellence mindset, more than 50% of organisations that start on their CI journey using Lean Six Sigma fail to sustain the gains that they initially achieve. (isixsigma.com “between 50% to 95% failure rate”).
In this workshop, participants will explore the 3 steps to Sustaining Momentum & CI Culture:
Sustain the momentum – we will explore the drivers of human behaviour by understanding the core needs of our personalities and the needs of the human ego.
Sustain the Culture – learn the meaning of human character and how this plays a part in building culture
Sustain the Cycle of Continuous Improvement – uncover the leadership language that can enhance the continuity of change.
Executive Director | Business Transformation Specialist
Parth is a highly respected Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and NLP Master Practitioner with over 30 years of leadership training and coaching, executive mentoring along with business process transformation and corporate training experience.
With previous roles in leading large teams at Ford Motor Company across various departments in quality, customer satisfaction and manufacturing, Parth then spent 3 years leading an Australian subsidiary of a large Japanese multinational (Sumitomo Ltd) as a General Manager responsible for engineering, business systems and safety before joining Vative as a lead Facilitator and Consultant.
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