Top management must lead by example. They must go to the workplace to see the day-to-day, hour-by-hour problems and challenges and give people not the answers, but the time.
Leaders must learn to inspire the curiosity and commitment to service guided by core values that serve both customer and company. This workshop aims to explore the essential elements of effective coaching to bring confidence and competence to change agents and leaders. We’ll examine TPS guiding principles, commanding core working knowledge combined with effective techniques of coaching and mentoring in the workplace. We’ll also feature group discussions to offer insight and coaching to coaches for practical use both on the shop floor and in administration.
The objective is to create a learning organization, and a culture that drives and lives continuous improvement daily – everybody, everywhere.
About your presenter:
Mike Fabich, Managing Partner, Foxwood Associates, Inc.
Mike is the founder and Managing Partner of Foxwood Associates.
He is an experienced leader, executive coach, Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst, facilitator of meaningful organizational change, teacher, business owner, husband and father.
Mike practices extensively in the areas of organizational and leadership development, executive coaching and mentoring, organizational and cultural transformation, and turnaround and crisis management. He has a deep, cross-functional understanding of all aspects of business. He believes that organizational structure, systems, skills and strategy need to be aligned in order to maximize organizational success. Mike is passionate about helping his clients develop practical and executable solutions to issues that affect business performance.
Mike brings more than thirty years of business leadership experience to each advisory engagement. He has held senior leadership positions in small, family-owned businesses as well as multi-national, publicly traded companies. He is a member of the Turnaround Management Association, an international network of professionals dedicated to business renewal; and the Institute of Coaching Professional Association (ICPA), an association of professionals dedicated to enhancing the integrity and credibility of the field of executive coaching.
Mike holds a B.S. degree in Chemistry with Business Concentration from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.