Organization-wide continuous improvement transformation results in increased productivity, employee job enrichment, and happy customers. Unfortunately, 70% of transformation efforts fail due to behavioral effects. Two of the major behaviors responsible for failure include employee and management resistance.
Mindsets and Behaviors will use the Iceberg and Influence Models to look at the four building blocks of change, how to understand the current state mindsets and behaviors, determining ideal state mindsets and behaviors.
Participants will learn what transformational success looks like and receive tools to assess current state mindsets and behaviors and lead their organizations to the ideal state.
- Team behaviors drive results
- Team mindsets drive behaviors
- Understand current state mindset & behaviors
- Brainstorm ideal state mindset & behaviors
- Four building blocks of change
- Ideas on how to implement the ideal state mindset & behaviors
Tom has more than 30 years of experience in continuous improvement, project management, new product development, and training. He is leading Optima’s continuous improvement alliance in Southern Wisconsin facilitating member tours, best practice sharing, and education. Tom is a master facilitator striving to solve problems through balanced participation of cross-functional teams. He has led successful continuous improvement programs in multiple industries including life sciences, drug development, insurance, personal care research & development, and public utility. When he is not learning from others – Tom enjoys participating in Clean Lakes Alliance events and pedaling his Trek mountain bike on state trails.