Training Within Industry (TWI) – Central Wisconsin – Job Relations
Friday, November 16 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
$400 – $500
One course of Optima’s three-course TWI Certification Program, this one-day workshop is the final course in the series; JOB RELATIONS.
Perhaps the most important element to effective use of TWI is the understanding and practical application by leaders to use Job Relations techniques. One course of Optima’s three-course TWI Certification Program, this one-day TWI-JR workshop explores the purpose of JR to support Job Instruction (JI) and Job Methods (JM) in the use of TWI as a strategy to drive stability and continuous improvement in the workplace. Developed during WWII, TWI-JR is still relevant in every sector of work and organization. Participants will:
- Learn methods to become more effective leaders by understanding their own personal styles of leadership through a DISC analysis
- Discuss characteristics of effective leaders they’ve experienced
- Examine their own individual strengths and opportunities
The session will then explore the fundamentals of TWI-JR and discuss gaps and also the challenges in their workplace with interactive case studies and team exercises in this engaging six-hour course.
This is the JR component of the three-course Optima TWI Certification Program
About your presenter:
Optima Associates, Inc.
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 repurposed to drive sustainable results with financial and cultural impact.