Great leaders inspire greatness in others.
Now, more than ever, you need great leaders in your
organization. People who know how to inspire
excellence and draw out the best in others.
There’s a pandemic. Economic Uncertainty. Political turning points.
Stress levels are high. People are anxious, tense and struggling to adjust to new protocols.
People worry, “will there be another lockdown?” “Am I safe working here?” “Will I have a job two months from now?”
Amidst all the noise, it’s harder than ever to inspire people to do their best work.
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66% of US employees are not engaged at work.
Managers account for 70% of variance in employee engagement.
75% of the reasons people quit come down to their managers.
In your organization, you don’t want status quo leaders.
You want extraordinary leaders.
You want managers, supervisors and team leaders who can:
Be inspiring, engaging and effective.
Bring out the best in their colleauges.
Empower team members to solve problems on their own.
Hit KPIs and create an environment where people love coming to work.
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We can meet to discuss what you’re noticing in your organization
right now, what’s working, what’s not, and how I can help you get the
results you want.
Hi, I’m Jamie
As a region Ops Manager at FedEx, I had dual resposibilities: full operations management and P&L accountability for multiple locations across the country + responsibility for leadership development and continuous improvement for the division.
We had some initial results with Lean, but improvements stalled, and it felt like we were dragging people along. That’s when I realized how our ops managers led their teams presented the biggest gap preventing us from developing a people-centric, continuous improvement culture.
Through Lean integration and leadership development, we reduced safety accidents by 70%, improved done right / on time from 98.7% to 99.72%, reduced bottom-line, hard-dollar costs by 10%, and improved emplyoee engagement ratings by eight percentage points. And the best part, we were no longer dragging people along.
I love a great mystery, especially the kinds with red-string murder boards, because I love connecting the dots and solving tricky problems like a detective. Just like I love helping clients figure out how to stop doing Lean as a bolt-on and start integrating it through their ops leadership teams.