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Seven Deadly Sins of Lean


Friday, April 26 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Free – $39


Event Description

Here is a new word for leaders: Endullment

Endullment is the opposite of engagement. Endullment comes from education literature and means the dulling of people’s minds through lack of intellectual participation. So, most of us have to work everyday. Some of us deal with mind-numbing repetitive tasks, endless hours producing reports that nobody reads, conflicting priorities, pencil whip compliance processes, poorly defined roles and responsibilities and cultures of fear to make a mistake all contribute to the endullment of employees. And there’s more… So here’s a real challenge, – what are we doing to alleviate endullment in our workplaces? What can leaders do to stop killing their organizations?

Your presenter:

Christian Wolcott, Optima Associates

Christian is a passionate change agent focused on inspiring organizational excellence. His years of continuous improvement experience in multiple business sectors include; manufacturing, social media, government, justice, finance, IT, service, retail, NGO and non-profit. His approach is honest, understanding and exacting; the alignment of people, the discovery of opportunity and provision of resources to understand the voice of customer and needs of all people aligned toward service. When an organization has the opportunity to see and experience working with him, the ultimate result is an organization inspired, armed, confident and re-purposed to drive sustainable results with financial and cultural impact.

Details

Date:
Friday, April 26
Time:
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cost:
Free – $39
Event Category:
CIC

Organizer

Optima Associates
Phone:
920-425-1005
Email:
info@optimanow.com
Website:
http://optimanow.com

Venue

Federal Package
8100 Powers Boulevard
Chanhassen, MN 55317 United States
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Phone:
763.477.8850

Tickets

Unlimited available
Seven Deadly Sins of Lean$39.00Non-member
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Seven Deadly Sins of LeanFreeLean Product Development Network and Twin Cities Continuous Improvement Consortium members