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The Secret to Improving Your Leadership… Really

February 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Free

Why do so few leadership improvement efforts produce the results that leaders and business sponsors want? What is in the way? Through decades of working with manufacturers to help them improve their companies and leadership, we’ve discovered that there are five common obstacles to leadership improvement that must be overcome in order to achieve the desired results.

We’ve also developed a process that will help any organization improve their leaders – and not just a little improvement, but the “who are you and what have you done with my old leader” type of improvement that we’re all after in our development efforts.

Join Keith Gammill from the Arkansas Manufacturing Extension Partnership as he discusses:

1. The five common obstacles to leadership improvement and a methodology to overcome them
2. The importance of vision and what it does for your leadership
3. How to apply the Toyota Kata improvement methodology to leadership improvement
4. Why so many confuse management for leadership and why this matters
5. The Transformational Leadership Improvement process through the lens of a frontline leader
6. How to improve your workplace resilience

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Speakers

Keith Gammill, Manager of Client Services @Arkansas Manufacturing Solutions
Keith is a twenty-year veteran of industry. As a Manager of Client Services, Keith’s focus includes training, facilitating, and coaching in the areas of Leadership Development, Lean Manufacturing and Quality Systems Excellence. Prior to joining Arkansas Manufacturing Solutions, part of the MEP National Network, Keith spent five years in the wood industry and the balance of his career in plastics processing and packaging. Keith is a two-time graduate of Arkansas State University and holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Leadership Management and Industrial Technology.

Details

Date:
February 22
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Webinar

Organizers

NIST MEP
Quality Digest