Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Developing Wining Teams in a Lean Organization

Jeff Hajek and I recently hosted a webinar on how to develop wining teams in your organization. A group is defined as two or more people who interact with each other. A team is a group with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose defined by a set of performance goals and hold themselves mutually accountably. It can be said that all teams are groups, but not all groups are teams. Groups don’t just become teams because we use that name. Highly performing and effective teams use a set of values that encourage listening and responding constructively to views expressed by others, giving others the benefit of the doubt, providing support, and recognizing the interests and achievements of others. In this webinar Jeff and I share eight ways in which you can create a wining team in your organization.  Here are the slides from this webinar:

Join Jeff and I for our next webinar:

8 Things to Avoid to Make 
Your Kaizen More Successful
Join us for a Webinar on May 23
Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
A successful kaizen event comes from knowing what to avoid as much as 
from knowing what to do. Tim McMahon and Jeff Hajek dive into this topic by 
discussing 8 things that can derail your improvement project, and how to 
prevent them from happening.

This 30 minute webinar, plus 15 minutes for questions and answers, will
 provide you with some good information you can use to make your kaizen 
activity more effective.
8 Things to Avoid to Make Your Kaizen More Successful
Monday, May 23, 2011
11:00 AM - 11:45 PM PDT
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about joining the Webinar.

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1 comment:

  1. Excellent presentation. Your experiences show with this practical advice. I think that Fear of Failure can really hinder teams and individuals. Leaders have to build a culture where it's safe to try something new. It's critical to encourage the right behavior and not focus solely on the results.