Do you find yourself acting as the primary problem solver on your team? Do you wish you could get more people on the team to be effective problem solvers?
The reality is, as Lean practitioners and leaders, we can’t do all of the problem raising and problem solving ourselves. We need to develop the problem-solving skills of the entire team. In this workshop, you will learn the concepts – and actually practice – asking good coaching questions to create a team of problem solvers.
Whether you are a manager trying to implement Lean with your direct team or are a Lean practitioner trying to influences teams, this interactive workshop is for you.
AT THIS INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP, YOU WILL:
• Learn how to foster an environment primed for problem solving and continuous improvement
• Discover the 5Cs to creating a team of problem solvers
• Practice asking engaging coaching questions that develop the problem solving skills of others
- Wednesday, August 15th
- 1:00pm – 4:30pm
- Bottled water and light snacks will be provided, but it’s recommended you eat lunch prior to the workshop
- Southglenn Public Library
- 6972 S. Vine Street
- Centennial, CO 80122
- Where to Go: Upstairs in Meeting Rooms A & B
Free parking is available in the garage immediately across the street from the library. The Library and garage are located in the Streets at Southglenn shopping and entertainment area.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP FACILITATOR
Jamie V. Parker is on a mission to make to the world of work more human so that the world becomes a more caring place. As a trainer, coach, speaker, and business partner, she helps leaders leave a legacy – in their business, for their customers, and in the lives of the people they serve.
With 15 years’ experience in operations leadership across retail, service, and manufacturing environments, Jamie brings a passion for helping leaders break the habits of traditional management approaches to create environments primed for employee fulfillment. Jamie is the author of Chapter 6 in the book Practicing Lean and is a regular speaker and workshop facilitator at Lean conferences and training events, including the Association for Manufacturing Excellence and American Society for Quality. She brings an open, honest, vulnerable, and engaging approach to Lean leadership development.