Shingo Build Excellence Workshop – Virtual Workshop

SHINGO Build Excellence Virtual Workshop delivered over four x half days will provide you with Shingo Certification

About the Workshop

This capstone workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences to solidify the knowledge and experience gained from the previous five Shingo workshops.

The BUILD EXCELLENCE*workshop demonstrates the integrated execution of systems that drive behavior toward the ideal as informed by the principles in the Shingo Model™. The workshop helps to develop a structured approach to execute a cultural transformation.

It builds upon a foundation of principles, using tools that already exist within many organizations. You will learn how to build systems that drive behavior that will consistently deliver desired results.

In this final Shingo workshop, you will:

  • DESIGN or create a system, guided by the Shingo Model, that changes behaviors to close gaps and drives results closer to organizational goals and purpose.
  • ANSWER the question: “How do I get everyone on board?”
  • UNDERSTAND the relationship between behaviors, systems, and principles, and how they drive results.
  • LEARN how KBIs drive KPIs, and how this leads to excellent results.

How this is delivered:

The interactive online training consists of:

  • 2x 8 hour sessions (8:00 – 17:00 BST).
  • Over 2 days
  • Via Zoom Meetings (a Link will be provided on registration)
  • 1 hour Coaching Follow Up – post workshop with your regional Shingo Facilitator

Shingo Align Workshop – Virtual Training

This two day virtual workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences at a host facility to build upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop. It takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Enterprise Alignment dimension:

• Think Systemically

• Create Constancy of Purpose

• Create Value for the Customer

To succeed, organizations must develop management systems that align work and behaviors with principles and direction in ways that are simple, comprehensive, actionable, and standardized. Organizations must get results, and creating value for customers is ultimately accomplished through the effective alignment of every value stream in an organization. The ENTERPRISE ALIGNMENT workshop continues the discussion around defining ideal behaviors and the systems that drive them.

*DISCOVER EXCELLENCE is a prerequisite to this workshop.

For further information about this course please email: events@sapartners.com

SHINGO Cultural Enablers Virtual Workshop

This 2 x 8 hour virtual training workshop is SHINGO certified and will provide you with insights into the Cultural Enablers dimension.

About this Event

This interactive virtual workshop builds upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop.

It takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Cultural Enablers dimension:

• Respect Every Individual

• Lead with Humility

Cultural Enablers principles make it possible for people in an organization to engage in the transformation journey, progress in their understanding, and build a culture of organizational excellence. Organizational excellence cannot be achieved through top-down directives or piecemeal implementation of tools. It requires a widespread organizational commitment. The CULTURAL ENABLERS workshop will help you define ideal behaviors and the systems that drive those behaviors using behavioral benchmarks.

For more information please do email: Events@sapartners.com

As a CULTURAL ENABLER participant, you will achieve the following objectives:

  • Understand the benefits of focusing on the Shingo principles and recognise where you could make improvements in your own organisation to improve systems and drive ideal behaviours.
  • Learn how to benchmark your performance against the best in the world by carrying out your own self-assessment based on the Shingo Model™ .
  • Learn from other organisations experiences as you take part in a range of hands on activities and group discussions.

The Shingo Model

You can find out more about the Shingo Model and download a copy of the Guide to the Shingo Model from our Shingo page.

shingo model

Senior leaders and Continuous Improvement professionals from enterprises, big or small, from any sector, wanting to understand the essential ingredients needed to create a sustainable business Improvement culture.

Shingo Continuous Improvement Workshop – Virtual Training

Certified Shingo IMPROVE workshop delivered over 3 x 8 hour days Virtual workshops

About this Event

Course Overview

This workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences at a host facility to build upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop.

It begins by teaching you how to clearly define value through the eyes of your customers. It continues the discussion about ideal behaviors, fundamental purpose, and behavioral benchmarks and takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Continuous Improvement dimension:

  • Seek Perfection
  • Embrace Scientific Thinking
  • Focus on Process
  • Assure Quality at the Source
  • Improve Flow & Pull

The CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT workshop will deepen your understanding of the relationship between behaviors, systems, and principles, and how they drive results.

How it is delivered:

The course will be delivered via Zoom Meetings:

  • Over 3 days
  • Start time: 08:00 BST
  • Finish time: 17:00 BST
  • Pre-reading will be provided prior to the course.
  • Booking is essential.

This workshop is accredited by The SHINGO Institute. Following successful completion of the course you will receive your certificate.

*DISCOVER EXCELLENCE is a prerequisite to this workshop.

Senior leaders and Continuous Improvement professionals from enterprises, big or small, from any sector, wanting to understand the essential ingredients needed to create a sustainable business Improvement culture.

Attendees of the Shingo Discover Excellence Workshop give their thoughts on the learning outcomes.

Questions ?

For further information contact Colin Scott by using the contact from on his bio page.

Lean Management System – LEVEL 2 – Japan Study Tour

12 – 20 November 2022 – LEVEL 2

Due to new covid restrictions we can advise on flights but not book on your behalf, pricing has been adjusted accordingly.

Join the leading Lean Training Programme in Japan this November to experience Level 2 of the Lean Management System

We are proud to offer you this unique opportunity to gain practical knowledge and experience studying with Toyota gurus for one whole week in Japan.

The Leadership System week is naturally succeeding the Production System course, by plunging into the elements that makes the production system run and develop. Here we try to answer the HOW and WHY!

“Extremely valuable training for me as a manager. This week gave me a boost to inspire and support my company further in the Lean journey. I didn’t realize how much I could actually influence the result!” Workshop Manager, Sandvik Materials Technology

To read about Toyota Kata or Lean Leadership is one thing but to really learn HOW the leaders work in daily business from shop floor to top management is another thing. What do management of people, quality, cost and delivery really imply? The purpose is to understand how leaders in Lean organizations act, both operationally and strategically. You will be guided by managers with at least 30 years of TPS experience for five intensive days of discussions, Gemba
visits and workshops, ending with a common conclusion and YWT. You will find numerous references and inspiration to continuous improvements directly applicable to your business back home. During the week in Japan, we will also find the time to enjoy Japanese culture, food and points of interest.

Study Tour Package Includes:

  • Workshops and seminars
  • Study visits
  • Hotel Accommodation for the entire duration of the study visit
  • Local transfers in Japan
  • Full board Sunday – Friday
  • Farewell dinner

Costs & To Book

  • £6,750 plus VAT, due to new covid restrictions we can advise on flights but not book on your behalf, pricing has been adjusted accordingly.
  • Onsite Host Companies: 10% Discount on all Bookings
  • Group Discount: 10% Discount on 4 or more places

Need Help or Advice?

To book or for more Information:

For full terms and conditions and for details of our Company Insurance Policy please do contact us.

Any questions  regarding the training, the travel to or within Japan – please do give us a call on +44 (0) 23 9246 8978.

The study tour is being delivered by SA Partners LLP and Onsite Insights in partnership with C2U Group.

The training week will provide an invaluable insight into lean thinking. You will see it in action at Toyota and other leading-edge companies, where it originated and has matured over the last 100 years.

Learn the original thinking directly from former senior executives at Gifu Autobody, a Toyota-owned minivan manufacturer.  The Japanese sensei’s

(guru’s) will only teach based on real experience.

Time will be divided between the classroom, Gemba and practical workshops. The tour starts in the Nagoya region and ends in Tokyo, going from countryside to one of the largest cities in the world.

Day 1
Departure Europe

We depart from Europe and fly to Nagoya, Japan.

Day 2
Arrival and Tour Opening

Pick up/arrival in Nagoya and since it is a Sunday, we will take the opportunity to recover from jet lag and relax after the long flight by visiting the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology where we also will have lunch. In the museum we can follow the Japanese industrial history from looms to robotics. After the visit we take the bus to travel to the destination of
the day, Kakamigahara, where we will stay until Friday. The day ends
with a common dinner and introduction of the week.

Day 3
Classroom Training

The first day of training introduces the Production System by our host for the week. A Japanese senior manager will lead us through Toyota Production System from a manager perspective. From values, mindset to specific tools and methods. This session will prepare the group in what we can expect from the study visits, from the practice and from the following sessions. Your overall
picture of the production system will be confirmed or completed. In the afternoon we go for a first study visit, guided by our sensei. Q&A.
Group dinner will follow.

Day 4
Plant Tour and more Training

Next day, we continue to dig deeper into aspects of the production system and the Toyota way of managing and leading. How are all the puzzle pieces connected? How is Kaizen work organized and performed? Etc. After lunch, we go for another study visit and if time allows, we will also end with a visit to a traditional knife maker. Group dinner will follow.

Day 5
Training

The fifth day we spend in the Training Center where Toyota train their own people. We will increase our knowledge of Kanban when the group take part in a Kanban Role Play and we will train in how to perform a productivity improvement task following the Toyota methods. Group dinner will follow.

Day 6
Study Visit and further Training

The sixth day will start with a study visit before spending the rest of the day with a final Q&A and concluding the learnings for the week. Presentation by all participants. Followed by our group dinner.

Day 7
Conclusion

The last day ends with a study visit. We do final reflections before we board the bullet train that will take us to Tokyo. Free evening in Tokyo.

Day 8
Sightseeing Day in Tokyo

You will end the tour with a Free day in Tokyo where we will support you with travel advice and sightseeing recommendations. This will be followed up by a team farewell dinner.

Day 9
Departure from Tokyo

We have an extensive network of world class companies and for more than 10 years have been bringing managers to Japan. Our host sites embody World Class Manufacturing and include:

  • Toyota Motors
  • Denso
  • Calbee Foods
  • Asahi Breweries
  • Sekisui Heim
  • Gifu Autobody
  • Nissan Motors
  • Ishii Food Corp.
  • Asahi Motors
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Mazak
  • Pfizer
  • UD Trucks
  • Honda
  • Yamaha Marine
  • Mizawa Home
  • Suzuki
  • Isuzu Tokai

To find out more, you can email Ailsa Carson.

Lean Management System – LEVEL 1 – Japan Study Tour (Nov)

19 – 27 November 2022

Due to new covid restrictions we can advise on flights but not book on your behalf, pricing has been adjusted accordingly.

Join the leading Lean Training Programme in Japan this November for an experience of a lifetime.

We are proud to offer you this unique opportunity to gain practical knowledge and experience studying with Toyota gurus for one whole week in Japan.

The Lean Management System study tour covers a comprehensive view of Lean leadership and the Lean Production System. The tour provides you with an opportunity to study in Toyota’s own training centre with direct access to Toyota trainers and Toyota  production facilities.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to boost your leadership and management skills by learning from the very best in the world. You will also obtain your Certificate directly from Toyota. We have created a study week that combines intense learning with both fun and cultural immersion!

Understand Why and How to use LEAN

This Study Tour will provide you with a deep understanding of how to make the best use of Lean. This is a unique opportunity to visit Japan, Toyota, and some of their suppliers to train in Lean through seminars, Gemba visits, and participating in practical training at Toyota’s own training facility. The objective is to dig deep into the WHAT, WHY and HOW of Lean Thinking. What are the elements needed to run a successful Lean system? Why is it so popular in current thinking and How can it influence your own organization and support growth.

By understanding  the whole lean management system you will get an insight into what these leading Japanese companies are doing to compete in today’s fast changing environment.

You will learn to identify the tools and elements of Lean Methodology that can be applied to your own business to support profitable growth. The week in Japan will also provide an insight into Japanese culture and values.

Study Tour Package Includes:

  • Workshops and seminars
  • Study visits
  • Hotel Accommodation for the entire duration of the study visit
  • Local transfers in Japan
  • Full board Sunday – Friday
  • Farewell dinner

Costs & To Book

  • £6,500 plus VAT, due to new covid restrictions we can advise on flights but not book on your behalf, pricing has been adjusted accordingly.
  • Onsite Host Companies: 10% Discount on all Bookings
  • Group Discount: 10% Discount on 4 or more places

Need Help or Advice?

To book or for more Information:

For full terms and conditions and for details of our Company Insurance Policy please do contact us.

Any questions  regarding the training, the travel to or within Japan – please do give us a call on +44 (0) 23 9246 8978.

The study tour is being delivered by SA Partners LLP and Onsite Insights in partnership with C2U Group.

The training week will provide an invaluable insight into lean thinking. You will see it in action at Toyota and other leading-edge companies, where it originated and has matured over the last 100 years.

Learn the original thinking directly from former senior executives at Gifu Autobody, a Toyota-owned minivan manufacturer.  The Japanese sensei’s

(guru’s) will only teach based on real experience.

Time will be divided between the classroom, Gemba and practical workshops. The tour starts in the Nagoya region and ends in Tokyo, going from countryside to one of the largest cities in the world.

Day 1
Departure Europe

We depart from Europe and fly to Nagoya, Japan.

Day 2
Arrival and Tour Opening

Pick up/arrival in Nagoya and since it is a Sunday, we will take the opportunity to recover from jet lag and relax after the long flight by visiting the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology where we also will have lunch. In the museum we can follow the Japanese industrial history from looms to robotics. After the visit we take the bus to travel to the destination of
the day, Kakamigahara, where we will stay until Friday. The day ends
with a common dinner and introduction of the week.

Day 3
Classroom Training

The first day of training introduces the Production System by our host for the week. A Japanese senior manager will lead us through Toyota Production System from a manager perspective. From values, mindset to specific tools and methods. This session will prepare the group in what we can expect from the study visits, from the practice and from the following sessions. Your overall
picture of the production system will be confirmed or completed. In the afternoon we go for a first study visit, guided by our sensei. Q&A.
Group dinner will follow.

Day 4
Plant Tour and more Training

Next day, we continue to dig deeper into aspects of the production system and the Toyota way of managing and leading. How are all the puzzle pieces connected? How is Kaizen work organized and performed? Etc. After lunch, we go for another study visit and if time allows, we will also end with a visit to a traditional knife maker. Group dinner will follow.

Day 5
Training

The fifth day we spend in the Training Center where Toyota train their own people. We will increase our knowledge of Kanban when the group take part in a Kanban Role Play and we will train in how to perform a productivity improvement task following the Toyota methods. Group dinner will follow.

Day 6
Study Visit and further Training

The sixth day will start with a study visit before spending the rest of the day with a final Q&A and concluding the learnings for the week. Presentation by all participants. Followed by our group dinner.

Day 7
Conclusion

The last day ends with a study visit. We do final reflections before we board the bullet train that will take us to Tokyo. Free evening in Tokyo.

Day 8
Sightseeing Day in Tokyo

You will end the tour with a Free day in Tokyo where we will support you with travel advice and sightseeing recommendations. This will be followed up by a team farewell dinner.

Day 9
Departure from Tokyo

We have an extensive network of world class companies and for more than 10 years have been bringing managers to Japan. Our host sites embody World Class Manufacturing and include:

  • Toyota Motors
  • Denso
  • Calbee Foods
  • Asahi Breweries
  • Sekisui Heim
  • Gifu Autobody
  • Nissan Motors
  • Ishii Food Corp.
  • Asahi Motors
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Mazak
  • Pfizer
  • UD Trucks
  • Honda
  • Yamaha Marine
  • Mizawa Home
  • Suzuki
  • Isuzu Tokai

To find out more, you can email Ailsa Carson.

Making it Happen: The Art of Strategy Deployment

Listen into this 10 minute overview of our latest popular webinar on strategy deployment.  Dr Keivan Zokaei shares insights into how to create tomorrow aggressively whilst running today successfully.

To view this overview, please fill out the form details below and receive the overview link by email. If you have any issues, please email our technical department who will email you the link directly.

Improvement Coach Green Belt – Australia

About this Course:

Practical focussed, interactive course focussed on providing enhanced problem-solving skills to solve moderately complex improvement projects and to deliver the intended business benefits. The course provides participants with the confidence to deliver change within the organisation that is measurable and sustainable.

The course also includes case study based activities to re-enforce the learning and give practical experience on apply the DMAIC tools.

 

The course has a strong transactional process flavour and focusses on the participants gaining the necessary skills to successfully deliver their improvement project.

Key Learning Outcomes:

Gain knowledge and develop skills in leading a project team using the DMAIC method and tools to improve processes, solve business problems and deliver sustainable benefits.

How to use the DMAIC methods and tools, and to apply them effectively to solve business benefits.

How to be an effective project team leader and facilitate project team members in the use of DMAIC tools

How to work effectivity with stakeholders and sponsors

Course Duration: 5 days equivalent – delivered over 12 x 3-hour module

Course Delivery: On-line using Microsoft Teams

 

Entry Requirements: There are no entry requirements although we recommend that each participant attend training with an improvement project.

Certification:

Level – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LCS 1c)

Accredited by – Lean Competency System

Requirements – attend all modules of training, pass on-line exam, provide 1 x project improvement report

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Improvement Coach Green Belt – Australia

About this Course:

Practical focussed, interactive course focussed on providing enhanced problem-solving skills to solve moderately complex improvement projects and to deliver the intended business benefits. The course provides participants with the confidence to deliver change within the organisation that is measurable and sustainable.

The course also includes case study based activities to re-enforce the learning and give practical experience on apply the DMAIC tools.

 

The course has a strong transactional process flavour and focusses on the participants gaining the necessary skills to successfully deliver their improvement project.

Key Learning Outcomes:

Gain knowledge and develop skills in leading a project team using the DMAIC method and tools to improve processes, solve business problems and deliver sustainable benefits.

How to use the DMAIC methods and tools, and to apply them effectively to solve business benefits.

How to be an effective project team leader and facilitate project team members in the use of DMAIC tools

How to work effectivity with stakeholders and sponsors

Course Duration: 5 days equivalent – delivered over 12 x 3-hour module

Course Delivery: On-line using Microsoft Teams

 

Entry Requirements: There are no entry requirements although we recommend that each participant attend training with an improvement project.

Certification:

Level – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LCS 1c)

Accredited by – Lean Competency System

Requirements – attend all modules of training, pass on-line exam, provide 1 x project improvement report

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

SHINGO: Half Day Introductory Workshop – Australia

with Richard Young

People are the only organisational asset with and infinite ability to increase in value’ The Shingo Institute.

Join us for this virtual workshop to discover why so many of the world’s leading organisations are embracing Shingo and the Shingo Model for Enterprise Excellence.

The Shingo Model is a proven philosophy and framework to move organisations towards sustainable ideal results.

In this half workshop we will introduce the origin and core philosophy behind the Shingo Model. We will review the process of challenging for a Shingo Prize and review what Shingo examiners look for.

We will hear from companies who have been successful in achieving Shingo recognition, but more importantly have achieved significantly improved business performance and improved their sites standing with their corporate stakeholders.

The workshop will provide ample opportunities for Q&A and the sharing of experience.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why successful companies are using Shingo.
  • What it can do for your organisation and how it can support growth.
  • Understanding of the Shingo Model and Behaviours.

Who is this for?

Senior Managers, Operational Directors

Why Attend?

It will help you:

  • Understand the benefits to your organsiation of Shingo, and how it can support and drive organisational transformation.
  • Understand how Shingo provides a more sustainable model than traditional TPS & WCM as it focuses on Behaviours

Organisations who have adopted the Shingo principles, have seen an increased level of success in areas such as Costs (increased revenue, reduced inventory, reduced lead times etc), Safety & Quality ( zero lost time for accidents, reduction in scrap, defects and non-conformance), On Time in Full & New Product Introduction (increases in OTIF by as much as 95%  & NPI up to 100%).

More benefits of implementing Shingo can be found in our Shingo section.

graph showing 100% accomplished and 33% outstanding for the SHingo Discover Enterprise Excellence workshopcourse delvery

What have attendee’s thought of the Shingo Discover Excellence Workshop?

Attendee’s of our Shingo workshops have rated them very highly, with 98% having no hesitation in recommending them to colleagues.

  • 100% of all attendees rate our delivery as ‘Accomplished’.
  • 33% rate our delivery as Outstanding
  • 98% would recommend this course to a colleague

“Very good, enjoyed the course, looking forward to working on this in the future.”

“Very beneficial, thank you! Filled a gap in my understanding.”

“Challenging and excellent workshop, food for thought.”

A sample of companies who have attended the workshops:

 

Some of our Shingo Discover Excellence clients

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

SHINGO: Half Day Introductory Workshop – Australia

with Richard Young

People are the only organisational asset with and infinite ability to increase in value’ The Shingo Institute.

Join us for this virtual workshop to discover why so many of the world’s leading organisations are embracing Shingo and the Shingo Model for Enterprise Excellence.

The Shingo Model is a proven philosophy and framework to move organisations towards sustainable ideal results.

In this half workshop we will introduce the origin and core philosophy behind the Shingo Model. We will review the process of challenging for a Shingo Prize and review what Shingo examiners look for.

We will hear from companies who have been successful in achieving Shingo recognition, but more importantly have achieved significantly improved business performance and improved their sites standing with their corporate stakeholders.

The workshop will provide ample opportunities for Q&A and the sharing of experience.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why successful companies are using Shingo.
  • What it can do for your organisation and how it can support growth.
  • Understanding of the Shingo Model and Behaviours.

Who is this for?

Senior Managers, Operational Directors

Why Attend?

It will help you:

  • Understand the benefits to your organsiation of Shingo, and how it can support and drive organisational transformation.
  • Understand how Shingo provides a more sustainable model than traditional TPS & WCM as it focuses on Behaviours

Organisations who have adopted the Shingo principles, have seen an increased level of success in areas such as Costs (increased revenue, reduced inventory, reduced lead times etc), Safety & Quality ( zero lost time for accidents, reduction in scrap, defects and non-conformance), On Time in Full & New Product Introduction (increases in OTIF by as much as 95%  & NPI up to 100%).

More benefits of implementing Shingo can be found in our Shingo section.

graph showing 100% accomplished and 33% outstanding for the SHingo Discover Enterprise Excellence workshopcourse delvery

What have attendee’s thought of the Shingo Discover Excellence Workshop?

Attendee’s of our Shingo workshops have rated them very highly, with 98% having no hesitation in recommending them to colleagues.

  • 100% of all attendees rate our delivery as ‘Accomplished’.
  • 33% rate our delivery as Outstanding
  • 98% would recommend this course to a colleague

“Very good, enjoyed the course, looking forward to working on this in the future.”

“Very beneficial, thank you! Filled a gap in my understanding.”

“Challenging and excellent workshop, food for thought.”

A sample of companies who have attended the workshops:

 

Some of our Shingo Discover Excellence clients

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Lean Awareness White Belt (1A) Online Training – Australia/New Zealand Dec

This popular online Lean certified course will be provide you a foundation for discovering how Lean can drive improvement within your organisation

About this Event

The Lean Awareness White Belt (Level 1A) is a globally recognised foundation qualification in Lean. It is the first step for individuals who would like to become more involved in improvement activities within their own company and the precursor to the more advanced Yellow and Green Belt courses.

This course is Internationally recognised as the foundation for Lean learning and provides the participant with an understanding of the fundamental lean principles. Specifically you will:

  • Be able to participate effectively in improvement activities.
  • Understand the five principles of lean.
  • Discover the importance of people in Continuous Improvement; and
  • Be confident in deploying the key foundations of Continuous Improvement tools.

How it is delivered

We deliver the course through:

Virtual Training

The training is set up using Teams in 2 x 2 hour sessions over two days. This will be supported by self study. We will use case studies and activities to ensure the training is enjoyable, meaningful and relevant.

Coaching

Every candidate will receive 1:1 coaching support from one of our experienced trainers.

Experiential learning

You will practice what you have learnt by undertaking a real-life ‘Kaizen’ activity. You will then present this back as part of your accreditation.

Accredited Learning

On successful completion of this course you will receive your accredited White Belt (1A) Certificate from LCS & Cardiff University.

For more information:

Email: events@sapartners.com

Phone: +61 466 745 018

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Lean Awareness White Belt (1A) Online Training – Australia/New Zealand Oct

This popular online Lean certified course will be provide you a foundation for discovering how Lean can drive improvement within your organisation

About this Event

The Lean Awareness White Belt (Level 1A) is a globally recognised foundation qualification in Lean. It is the first step for individuals who would like to become more involved in improvement activities within their own company and the precursor to the more advanced Yellow and Green Belt courses.

This course is Internationally recognised as the foundation for Lean learning and provides the participant with an understanding of the fundamental lean principles. Specifically you will:

  • Be able to participate effectively in improvement activities.
  • Understand the five principles of lean.
  • Discover the importance of people in Continuous Improvement; and
  • Be confident in deploying the key foundations of Continuous Improvement tools.

How it is delivered

We deliver the course through:

Virtual Training

The training is set up using Teams in 2 x 2 hour sessions over two days. This will be supported by self study. We will use case studies and activities to ensure the training is enjoyable, meaningful and relevant.

Coaching

Every candidate will receive 1:1 coaching support from one of our experienced trainers.

Experiential learning

You will practice what you have learnt by undertaking a real-life ‘Kaizen’ activity. You will then present this back as part of your accreditation.

Accredited Learning

On successful completion of this course you will receive your accredited White Belt (1A) Certificate from LCS & Cardiff University.

For more information:

Email: events@sapartners.com

Phone: +61 466 745 018

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Lean Awareness White Belt (1A) Online Training – Australia/New Zealand Aug

This popular online Lean certified course will be provide you a foundation for discovering how Lean can drive improvement within your organisation

About this Event

The Lean Awareness White Belt (Level 1A) is a globally recognised foundation qualification in Lean. It is the first step for individuals who would like to become more involved in improvement activities within their own company and the precursor to the more advanced Yellow and Green Belt courses.

This course is Internationally recognised as the foundation for Lean learning and provides the participant with an understanding of the fundamental lean principles. Specifically you will:

  • Be able to participate effectively in improvement activities.
  • Understand the five principles of lean.
  • Discover the importance of people in Continuous Improvement; and
  • Be confident in deploying the key foundations of Continuous Improvement tools.

How it is delivered

We deliver the course through:

Virtual Training

The training is set up using Teams in 2 x 2 hour sessions over two days. This will be supported by self study. We will use case studies and activities to ensure the training is enjoyable, meaningful and relevant.

Coaching

Every candidate will receive 1:1 coaching support from one of our experienced trainers.

Experiential learning

You will practice what you have learnt by undertaking a real-life ‘Kaizen’ activity. You will then present this back as part of your accreditation.

Accredited Learning

On successful completion of this course you will receive your accredited White Belt (1A) Certificate from LCS & Cardiff University.

For more information:

Email: events@sapartners.com

Phone: +61 466 745 018

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Lean Awareness White Belt (1A) Online Training – Australia/New Zealand June

This popular online Lean certified course will be provide you a foundation for discovering how Lean can drive improvement within your organisation

About this Event

The Lean Awareness White Belt (Level 1A) is a globally recognised foundation qualification in Lean. It is the first step for individuals who would like to become more involved in improvement activities within their own company and the precursor to the more advanced Yellow and Green Belt courses.

This course is Internationally recognised as the foundation for Lean learning and provides the participant with an understanding of the fundamental lean principles. Specifically you will:

  • Be able to participate effectively in improvement activities.
  • Understand the five principles of lean.
  • Discover the importance of people in Continuous Improvement; and
  • Be confident in deploying the key foundations of Continuous Improvement tools.

How it is delivered

We deliver the course through:

Virtual Training

The training is set up using Teams in 2 x 2 hour sessions over two days. This will be supported by self study. We will use case studies and activities to ensure the training is enjoyable, meaningful and relevant.

Coaching

Every candidate will receive 1:1 coaching support from one of our experienced trainers.

Experiential learning

You will practice what you have learnt by undertaking a real-life ‘Kaizen’ activity. You will then present this back as part of your accreditation.

Accredited Learning

On successful completion of this course you will receive your accredited White Belt (1A) Certificate from LCS & Cardiff University.

For more information:

Email: events@sapartners.com

Phone: +61 466 745 018

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Lean Awareness White Belt (1A) Online Training – Australia/New Zealand

This popular online Lean certified course will be provide you a foundation for discovering how Lean can drive improvement within your organisation

About this Event

The Lean Awareness White Belt (Level 1A) is a globally recognised foundation qualification in Lean. It is the first step for individuals who would like to become more involved in improvement activities within their own company and the precursor to the more advanced Yellow and Green Belt courses.

This course is Internationally recognised as the foundation for Lean learning and provides the participant with an understanding of the fundamental lean principles. Specifically you will:

  • Be able to participate effectively in improvement activities.
  • Understand the five principles of lean.
  • Discover the importance of people in Continuous Improvement; and
  • Be confident in deploying the key foundations of Continuous Improvement tools.

How it is delivered

We deliver the course through:

Virtual Training

The training is set up using Teams in 2 x 2 hour sessions over two days. This will be supported by self study. We will use case studies and activities to ensure the training is enjoyable, meaningful and relevant.

Coaching

Every candidate will receive 1:1 coaching support from one of our experienced trainers.

Experiential learning

You will practice what you have learnt by undertaking a real-life ‘Kaizen’ activity. You will then present this back as part of your accreditation.

Accredited Learning

On successful completion of this course you will receive your accredited White Belt (1A) Certificate from LCS & Cardiff University.

For more information:

Email: events@sapartners.com

Phone: +61 466 745 018

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Lean Awareness White Belt (1A) Online Training – Australia/New Zealand

This popular online Lean certified course will be provide you a foundation for discovering how Lean can drive improvement within your organisation

About this Event

The Lean Awareness White Belt (Level 1A) is a globally recognised foundation qualification in Lean. It is the first step for individuals who would like to become more involved in improvement activities within their own company and the precursor to the more advanced Yellow and Green Belt courses.

This course is Internationally recognised as the foundation for Lean learning and provides the participant with an understanding of the fundamental lean principles. Specifically you will:

  • Be able to participate effectively in improvement activities.
  • Understand the five principles of lean.
  • Discover the importance of people in Continuous Improvement; and
  • Be confident in deploying the key foundations of Continuous Improvement tools.

How it is delivered

We deliver the course through:

Virtual Training

The training is set up using Teams in 2 x 2 hour sessions over two days. This will be supported by self study. We will use case studies and activities to ensure the training is enjoyable, meaningful and relevant.

Coaching

Every candidate will receive 1:1 coaching support from one of our experienced trainers.

Experiential learning

You will practice what you have learnt by undertaking a real-life ‘Kaizen’ activity. You will then present this back as part of your accreditation.

Accredited Learning

On successful completion of this course you will receive your accredited White Belt (1A) Certificate from LCS & Cardiff University.

For more information:

Email: events@sapartners.com

Phone: +61 466 745 018

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Shingo Build Excellence Workshop – Virtual Workshop

SHINGO Build Excellence Virtual Workshop delivered over four x half days will provide you with Shingo Certification

About the Workshop

This capstone workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences to solidify the knowledge and experience gained from the previous five Shingo workshops.

The BUILD EXCELLENCE*workshop demonstrates the integrated execution of systems that drive behavior toward the ideal as informed by the principles in the Shingo Model™. The workshop helps to develop a structured approach to execute a cultural transformation.

It builds upon a foundation of principles, using tools that already exist within many organizations. You will learn how to build systems that drive behavior that will consistently deliver desired results.

In this final Shingo workshop, you will:

  • DESIGN or create a system, guided by the Shingo Model, that changes behaviors to close gaps and drives results closer to organizational goals and purpose.
  • ANSWER the question: “How do I get everyone on board?”
  • UNDERSTAND the relationship between behaviors, systems, and principles, and how they drive results.
  • LEARN how KBIs drive KPIs, and how this leads to excellent results.

How this is delivered:

The interactive online training consists of:

  • Four x three and a half hour sessions (8:00AM – 11:30 CDT).
  • Over 4 days
  • Via Zoom Meetings (a Link will be provided on registration)
  • 1 hour Coaching Follow Up – post workshop with your regional Shingo Facilitator

SHINGO: Half Day Introductory Workshop – Australia

with John Quirke & Richard Young

People are the only organisational asset with and infinite ability to increase in value’ The Shingo Institute.

Join us for this virtual workshop to discover why so many of the world’s leading organisations are embracing Shingo and the Shingo Model for Enterprise Excellence.

The Shingo Model is a proven philosophy and framework to move organisations towards sustainable ideal results.

In this half workshop we will introduce the origin and core philosophy behind the Shingo Model. We will review the process of challenging for a Shingo Prize and review what Shingo examiners look for.

We will hear from companies who have been successful in achieving Shingo recognition, but more importantly have achieved significantly improved business performance and improved their sites standing with their corporate stakeholders.

The workshop will provide ample opportunities for Q&A and the sharing of experience.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why successful companies are using Shingo.
  • What it can do for your organisation and how it can support growth.
  • Understanding of the Shingo Model and Behaviours.

Who is this for?

Senior Managers, Operational Directors

Why Attend?

It will help you:

  • Understand the benefits to your organsiation of Shingo, and how it can support and drive organisational transformation.
  • Understand how Shingo provides a more sustainable model than traditional TPS & WCM as it focuses on Behaviours

Organisations who have adopted the Shingo principles, have seen an increased level of success in areas such as Costs (increased revenue, reduced inventory, reduced lead times etc), Safety & Quality ( zero lost time for accidents, reduction in scrap, defects and non-conformance), On Time in Full & New Product Introduction (increases in OTIF by as much as 95%  & NPI up to 100%).

More benefits of implementing Shingo can be found in our Shingo section.

graph showing 100% accomplished and 33% outstanding for the SHingo Discover Enterprise Excellence workshopcourse delvery

What have attendee’s thought of the Shingo Discover Excellence Workshop?

Attendee’s of our Shingo workshops have rated them very highly, with 98% having no hesitation in recommending them to colleagues.

  • 100% of all attendees rate our delivery as ‘Accomplished’.
  • 33% rate our delivery as Outstanding
  • 98% would recommend this course to a colleague

“Very good, enjoyed the course, looking forward to working on this in the future.”

“Very beneficial, thank you! Filled a gap in my understanding.”

“Challenging and excellent workshop, food for thought.”

A sample of companies who have attended the workshops:

 

Some of our Shingo Discover Excellence clients

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SHINGO: Half Day Introductory Workshop – Australia

with John Quirke

People are the only organisational asset with and infinite ability to increase in value’ The Shingo Institute.

Join us for this virtual workshop to discover why so many of the world’s leading organisations are embracing Shingo and the Shingo Model for Enterprise Excellence.

The Shingo Model is a proven philosophy and framework to move organisations towards sustainable ideal results.

In this half workshop we will introduce the origin and core philosophy behind the Shingo Model. We will review the process of challenging for a Shingo Prize and review what Shingo examiners look for.

We will hear from companies who have been successful in achieving Shingo recognition, but more importantly have achieved significantly improved business performance and improved their sites standing with their corporate stakeholders.

The workshop will provide ample opportunities for Q&A and the sharing of experience.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why successful companies are using Shingo.
  • What it can do for your organisation and how it can support growth.
  • Understanding of the Shingo Model and Behaviours.

Who is this for?

Senior Managers, Operational Directors

Why Attend?

It will help you:

  • Understand the benefits to your organsiation of Shingo, and how it can support and drive organisational transformation.
  • Understand how Shingo provides a more sustainable model than traditional TPS & WCM as it focuses on Behaviours

Organisations who have adopted the Shingo principles, have seen an increased level of success in areas such as Costs (increased revenue, reduced inventory, reduced lead times etc), Safety & Quality ( zero lost time for accidents, reduction in scrap, defects and non-conformance), On Time in Full & New Product Introduction (increases in OTIF by as much as 95%  & NPI up to 100%).

More benefits of implementing Shingo can be found in our Shingo section.

graph showing 100% accomplished and 33% outstanding for the SHingo Discover Enterprise Excellence workshopcourse delvery

What have attendee’s thought of the Shingo Discover Excellence Workshop?

Attendee’s of our Shingo workshops have rated them very highly, with 98% having no hesitation in recommending them to colleagues.

  • 100% of all attendees rate our delivery as ‘Accomplished’.
  • 33% rate our delivery as Outstanding
  • 98% would recommend this course to a colleague

“Very good, enjoyed the course, looking forward to working on this in the future.”

“Very beneficial, thank you! Filled a gap in my understanding.”

“Challenging and excellent workshop, food for thought.”

A sample of companies who have attended the workshops:

 

Some of our Shingo Discover Excellence clients

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Lean Management System – LEVEL 1 – Japan Study Tour

22 – 30 October 2022

due to new covid restrictions we can advise on flights but not book on your behalf, pricing has been adjusted accordingly.

Join the leading Lean Training Programme in Japan this October for an experience of a lifetime.

We are proud to offer you this unique opportunity to gain practical knowledge and experience studying with Toyota gurus for one whole week in Japan.

The Lean Management System study tour covers a comprehensive view of Lean leadership and the Lean Production System. The tour provides you with an opportunity to study in Toyota’s own training centre with direct access to Toyota trainers and Toyota  production facilities.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to boost your leadership and management skills by learning from the very best in the world. You will also obtain your Certificate directly from Toyota. We have created a study week that combines intense learning with both fun and cultural immersion!

Understand Why and How to use LEAN

This Study Tour will provide you with a deep understanding of how to make the best use of Lean. This is a unique opportunity to visit Japan, Toyota, and some of their suppliers to train in Lean through seminars, Gemba visits, and participating in practical training at Toyota’s own training facility. The objective is to dig deep into the WHAT, WHY and HOW of Lean Thinking. What are the elements needed to run a successful Lean system? Why is it so popular in current thinking and How can it influence your own organization and support growth.

By understanding  the whole lean management system you will get an insight into what these leading Japanese companies are doing to compete in today’s fast changing environment.

You will learn to identify the tools and elements of Lean Methodology that can be applied to your own business to support profitable growth. The week in Japan will also provide an insight into Japanese culture and values.

Study Tour Package Includes:

  • Workshops and seminars
  • Study visits
  • Hotel Accommodation for the entire duration of the study visit
  • Local transfers in Japan
  • Full board Sunday – Friday
  • Farewell dinner

Costs & To Book

  • £6,500 plus VAT, due to new covid restrictions we can advise on flights but not book on your behalf, pricing has been adjusted accordingly.
  • Onsite Host Companies: 10% Discount on all Bookings
  • Group Discount: 10% Discount on 4 or more places

Need Help or Advice?

To book or for more Information:

For full terms and conditions and for details of our Company Insurance Policy please do contact us.

Any questions  regarding the training, the travel to or within Japan – please do give us a call on +44 (0) 23 9246 8978.

The study tour is being delivered by SA Partners LLP and Onsite Insights in partnership with C2U Group.

The training week will provide an invaluable insight into lean thinking. You will see it in action at Toyota and other leading-edge companies, where it originated and has matured over the last 100 years.

Learn the original thinking directly from former senior executives at Gifu Autobody, a Toyota-owned minivan manufacturer.  The Japanese sensei’s

(guru’s) will only teach based on real experience.

Time will be divided between the classroom, Gemba and practical workshops. The tour starts in the Nagoya region and ends in Tokyo, going from countryside to one of the largest cities in the world.

Day 1
Departure Europe

We depart from Europe and fly to Nagoya, Japan.

Day 2
Arrival and Tour Opening

Pick up/arrival in Nagoya and since it is a Sunday, we will take the opportunity to recover from jet lag and relax after the long flight by visiting the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology where we also will have lunch. In the museum we can follow the Japanese industrial history from looms to robotics. After the visit we take the bus to travel to the destination of
the day, Kakamigahara, where we will stay until Friday. The day ends
with a common dinner and introduction of the week.

Day 3
Classroom Training

The first day of training introduces the Production System by our host for the week. A Japanese senior manager will lead us through Toyota Production System from a manager perspective. From values, mindset to specific tools and methods. This session will prepare the group in what we can expect from the study visits, from the practice and from the following sessions. Your overall
picture of the production system will be confirmed or completed. In the afternoon we go for a first study visit, guided by our sensei. Q&A.
Group dinner will follow.

Day 4
Plant Tour and more Training

Next day, we continue to dig deeper into aspects of the production system and the Toyota way of managing and leading. How are all the puzzle pieces connected? How is Kaizen work organized and performed? Etc. After lunch, we go for another study visit and if time allows, we will also end with a visit to a traditional knife maker. Group dinner will follow.

Day 5
Training

The fifth day we spend in the Training Center where Toyota train their own people. We will increase our knowledge of Kanban when the group take part in a Kanban Role Play and we will train in how to perform a productivity improvement task following the Toyota methods. Group dinner will follow.

Day 6
Study Visit and further Training

The sixth day will start with a study visit before spending the rest of the day with a final Q&A and concluding the learnings for the week. Presentation by all participants. Followed by our group dinner.

Day 7
Conclusion

The last day ends with a study visit. We do final reflections before we board the bullet train that will take us to Tokyo. Free evening in Tokyo.

Day 8
Sightseeing Day in Tokyo

You will end the tour with a Free day in Tokyo where we will support you with travel advice and sightseeing recommendations. This will be followed up by a team farewell dinner.

Day 9
Departure from Tokyo

We have an extensive network of world class companies and for more than 10 years have been bringing managers to Japan. Our host sites embody World Class Manufacturing and include:

  • Toyota Motors
  • Denso
  • Calbee Foods
  • Asahi Breweries
  • Sekisui Heim
  • Gifu Autobody
  • Nissan Motors
  • Ishii Food Corp.
  • Asahi Motors
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Mazak
  • Pfizer
  • UD Trucks
  • Honda
  • Yamaha Marine
  • Mizawa Home
  • Suzuki
  • Isuzu Tokai

To find out more, you can email Ailsa Carson.

SHINGO Cultural Enablers Virtual Workshop – USA

This 3 x 4 hour virtual training workshop is SHINGO certified and will provide you with insights into the Cultural Enablers dimension.

About this Event

This interactive virtual workshop builds upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop.

It takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Cultural Enablers dimension:

• Respect Every Individual

• Lead with Humility

Cultural Enablers principles make it possible for people in an organization to engage in the transformation journey, progress in their understanding, and build a culture of organizational excellence. Organizational excellence cannot be achieved through top-down directives or piecemeal implementation of tools. It requires a widespread organizational commitment. The CULTURAL ENABLERS workshop will help you define ideal behaviors and the systems that drive those behaviors using behavioral benchmarks.

The workshop will be delivered by Colin Scott and Richard Guba, experienced SHINGO Facilitators.

For more information please do email: Events@sapartners.com

As a CULTURAL ENABLER participant, you will achieve the following objectives:

  • Understand the benefits of focusing on the Shingo principles and recognise where you could make improvements in your own organisation to improve systems and drive ideal behaviours.
  • Learn how to benchmark your performance against the best in the world by carrying out your own self-assessment based on the Shingo Model™ .
  • Learn from other organisations experiences as you take part in a range of hands on activities and group discussions.

The Shingo Model

You can find out more about the Shingo Model and download a copy of the Guide to the Shingo Model from our Shingo page.

shingo model

Senior leaders and Continuous Improvement professionals from enterprises, big or small, from any sector, wanting to understand the essential ingredients needed to create a sustainable business Improvement culture.

Shingo Align Workshop – Virtual Training

This three(half day) virtual workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences at a host facility to build upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop. It takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Enterprise Alignment dimension:

• Think Systemically

• Create Constancy of Purpose

• Create Value for the Customer

To succeed, organizations must develop management systems that align work and behaviors with principles and direction in ways that are simple, comprehensive, actionable, and standardized. Organizations must get results, and creating value for customers is ultimately accomplished through the effective alignment of every value stream in an organization. The ENTERPRISE ALIGNMENT workshop continues the discussion around defining ideal behaviors and the systems that drive them.

*DISCOVER EXCELLENCE is a prerequisite to this workshop.

For further information about this course please email: events@sapartners.com

The Future of Lean, Embracing Digital

This interactive workshop where we looked at how emerging technology can be used to unlock productivity and performance, by engaging all employees in CI. During the workshop process automation experts NINTEX who showed how organisations have embraced digital, the types of platforms available and how to get started with digital transformation.
Guest Speakers: Keivan Zokaei & Andrew Murphy

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TPM, the Foundation for Operational Excellence

The highly successful book for Total Productive Maintenance written by Peter Willmott, John Quirke and Andy Brunskill is now available to purchase at Waterstones. Titled Total Productive Maintenance, a foundation of Operational Excellence. The book provides the following 5 essential outputs:

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  • Provide a practical guide of how to deliver sustainable benefits using the TPM enabling system
  • Show how TPM can deliver your own Company’s vision, values and aspirations by positioning TPM as a foundational element of Sustainable Operational Excellence
  • Illustrate how TPM can align with systems thinking and ideal behaviours implicit in the Shingo Model™
  • Recognise that the digital and technologically driven Industry 4.0 revolution is just an enabler and that it is our people who will continue to make the difference
  • Understand the likely resource commitments of People, Money and Time of running your own in- house TPM Program & how to prepare a compelling cost / benefit business case.

The book is aimed at 3 target areas within a particular Business Enterprise, and these are The Continuous Improvement & Engineering Specialists,  the Business Leadership Team and the  ‘Practitioners’ at the sharp-end of that Business Enterprise to use the TPM System as the bottom up ‘enabling tool’ to help deliver the company’s business drivers , vision, values and culture.

A while ago, we published a series of TPM white papers to help readers gain a better appreciation that TPM is often a fundamental foundation of Operational Excellence and as such, is a key enabler to deliver the principles underpinning your own Company’s vision and aspirations, or for example- helping to deliver the principles embedded in the Shingo model.

Its aim was also help readers be better able to assimilate the likely resource commitments of People, Money and Time of running your own in- house TPM Program & how to prepare a compelling Cost / Benefit business case.

You can still download and read this series of articles by following the links below:

    1. Is the Effectiveness of your Equipment Assets your Weakest Link?
    2. What can the TPM Best Practice bring to the Operational Excellence Table?
    3. Delivering sustainable TPM
    4. The ‘Pinch-Point’ Solution for Delivering Operational Excellence
    5. Team Recognition through People
    6. How do you measure success in TPM?
    7. Applying TPM to different Sectors & their specific Production Facilities
    8. The 5th Founding Principle of TPM –Early Equipment Management (EEM)

Adapting TPM to a Major Water Utility Environment

This utility provider in the UK serves 1.4 million homes and businesses. The companies assets include 26,000 KM of water mains, 30,000 KM of sewers and 838 sewage treatment works.

The organisation identified an opportunity to address the reliability and productivity of its assets through a TPM programme. Two sites were selected for a pilot study as they had the highest reactive costs and the biggest issues in relation to reliability. Both sites had significant high value capital intense physical assets.

Together, with our customer we developed a 10 step journey to launchtheir Asset Optimisation programme. The change in terminology away from TPM was deliberate and was made to reflect the language of thecompany and to aid engagement.

Improving Asset Reliability in a Bottling Plant

Our customer recognised that in order to fulfil an increase in sales of one of their main product lines to retail customers they needed to improve productivity.

Together, S A Partners reviewed options with the team on site and agreed that the next phase of their improvement journey would be a TPM programme.

This case study highlights the use of Overall Equipment Effectiveness to measure productivity and subsequent productivity improvements which was used t unlock the potential of the team and ensure that this drove engagement and ownership in both TPM and continuous improvement – Today People Matter.

This would ensure change was seen as a new way of life and not just a project based approach.

Reimagine – Refocus Strategy & Maximising Value

Rethinking Finance & Growth following on from the Reimagine & Refocus Conference series. Hosted by J Frank Holmes, Partner, Gambit Corporate Finance LLP

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Reimagine & Refocus with Acuity Law

Join Steve Berry and the Acuity Law Team for their thoughts on Reshaping Business Structure.

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Leader Standard Work and Gemba Walks

This Leader Standard Work and Gemba Walks webinar presented by John Quirke covered the following:

  • Gemba walk is a tool within a system
  • Leader Standard Work (LSW) is the system
  • LSW interacts across many systems
  • What’s is the purpose of the system LSW
  • What interactions or behaviours support the aim of LSW as a System & inform Gemba walks

To view this webinar, please fill out the form details below and recieve the conference link by email. If you have any issues, please email our technical department who will email you the link directly.

Feeling Proud – S A Partners achieves Investors In People Gold Standard

We are delighted to announce that S A Partners has been awarded the Investors in People Gold standard.

This prestigious award has been bestowed to recognize that S A Partners has achieved exceptional standards in leading, inspiring and empowering it’s team.

We often use the term ‘Cobblers Children’ to remind ourselves we are a leading training and consultancy company that supports organisations globally to improve employee engagement and culture change.

Ensuring we live and breathe the levels of excellence we push our clients to attain has been a particular passion for our Managing Director – Simon Grogan:

“Over the last two years we have deployed a competency based learning and development programme; introduced coaching to improve our people develop; refreshed our reward and recognition process; upped the frequency of team interactions and increased the focus on leading metrics.  These along with other initiatives introduced by our team have brought us together and created a really exciting place to work.”

On a strategic level focusing on team-based projects and targets has alleviated internal competitiveness and a focus on lagging metrics, allowing the company to focus on what matters – future growth, engagement and empowerment.  S A Partners encourages all employees to own their own learning and development, and provides every team member time each month for self-directed personal development.

S A Partners is an approved partner of the Cardiff University Lean Competency System (LCS©), the SHINGO Institute© and Blanchard Corporation©. We support organisations create exceptional leaders and drive culture change by embracing ideal behaviours such as ‘Lead with Humility’ and ‘Respect for Others’. By applying these principles to our own organization we have been able to make significant improvements to engagement and empowerment.

Thank you to Ken Snyder, Executive Director, Shingo Institute for acknowledging our success:

“Congratulations to SA Partners on being awarded the Investors in People Gold award. At the Shingo Institute, we applaud the investment in the development of people in all organizations. Specifically we appreciate the investments made by SA Partners in their outstanding team members. This demonstrates that not only does SA Partners teach the Shingo Model, but also practice what they teach. The Shingo Institute is very proud to have SA Partners as an affiliate partner.”

Simon Elias the Director of the Lean Competency System also commented:

“Congratulations to SA Partners on this excellent achievement. It is fitting that an organisation whose lean business model has a strong focus on the need for an empowered and engaged workforce for sustainable culture change should also demonstrate its own commitment to teamwork and people development”.

As one of the newest Partners to join the company, Garry Corbet (Head of Ireland Consulting) commented:

“This is an incredible place to work, we get the opportunity to make a real impact on our clients. Our team is constantly looking to learn, develop and share their knowledge and we are not afraid to hold each other to account.  There is respect, strong leadership and most importantly trust.”

The IIP Framework assesses companies in three key areas and against 9 principles (see Diagram). Companies are assessed through a rigorous combination of surveys and interviews.  Organisations that meet the world recognized standard, are believed to reflect the very best in people management.

IIP_model

We are delighted that we have been able to achieve this new standard which reflects the work of everyone in the organization to create a positive, empowering and exciting place to work.  This has been a challenging year for both us and our clients, but it has allowed us to reflect on our purpose which is to create a sustainable thought leading continuous improvement consultancy that has a positive impact on both our customers and our team.

 

For further information contact:

Ailsa Carson
Partner; Group Marketing Manager
S A Partners LLP
E: ailsa.carson@sapartners.com
M: +44 (0) 783 222 3453

Reimagine & Refocus Conference 2

This Reimagine & Refocus webinar with Robin Jaques.

To view this conference, please fill out the form details below and recieve the conference link by email. If you have any issues, please email our technical department who will email you the link directly.

SHINGO Systems Design Virtual Workshop – Australia

Developing & designing the right Business Systems will support you deliver the organizational results you need.

About this Event

A successful organization is usually made up of complex systems that can be divided into layers of subsystems, each containing the necessary tools to enable the successful outcome of the system. An example of this would be the Continuous Improvement System which pulls together all of the tools & techniques used by an organisation or the HR System which guides human resource activity.

The Shingo Model Insights tell us that:

  • Ideal results require ideal behaviours
  • Purpose & systems drive behaviours
  • Principles inform ideal behaviours

For this reason Systems Thinking is fundamental to the success of Enterprise Excellence and this interactive workshop will provide you with the skills to recognise, define and establish the ‘right’ systems within your own organization.

This virtual training workshop builds upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop, and focuses on the Systems and Tools diamonds in the Shingo Model™. It begins by explaining that all work in an organization is the outcome of a system.

Systems must be designed to create a specific end objective; otherwise, they evolve on their own. Systems drive the behavior of people, and variation in behavior leads to variation in results. Organizational excellence requires well designed systems to drive ideal behaviors that are required to produce sustainable results.

In this workshop, you will:

• DISCOVER three types of essential systems.

• EXPLORE five required communication tools for each system.

• LEARN how to create and use system maps.

• UNDERSTAND system standard work and how it drives improvement.

For further information, please do email events@sapartners.com

Senior leaders and Continuous Improvement professionals from enterprises, big or small, from any sector, wanting to understand the essential ingredients needed to create a sustainable business Improvement culture.

Questions ?

For further information contact Colin Scott by using the contact from on his bio page.

SHINGO DISCOVER EXCELLENCE – Virtual Training – Australia

Description

This Three Day SHINGO DISCOVER EXCELLENCE workshop will be delivered online via Zoom between 8 June to 10 June 2021 between 09:00 AEST and 13:30 AEST.

About the course

The workshop will be led by experienced Shingo facilitators Richard Young and Alex Teoh, and you will hear first hand, how Shingo principles drive behaviour throughout the entire organisation to deliver world class results.

DISCOVER EXCELLENCE is the foundational workshop that introduces the SHINGO MODEL, the Shingo Guiding Principles and the Three Insights to Organisational Excellence. With active discussions this workshop will provide a highly interactive experience. It is designed to make your learning meaningful and immediately applicable as you discover how to release the latent potential in your organisation to enable you to achieve organizational excellence. It provides the basic understanding needed in all Shingo Workshops, therefore is a pre-requisite to them.

As a participant, you will:

  • LEARN and understand the Shingo Model.
  • DISCOVER the Three Insights of Organizational Excellence.
  • EXPLORE how the Shingo Guiding Principles inform ideal behaviours that ultimately lead to sustainable results.
  • UNDERSTAND the behavioural assessment process through an interactive case study and on-site learning.

How this is delivered:

The interactive online training consists of:

  • Three x four and a half hour sessions (09:00 – 13:30).
  • Over 3 days
  • Via Zoom Meetings (a Link will be provided on registration)
  • 1 hour Coaching Follow Up – post workshop with your regional Shingo Facilitator

Organisations who have adopted the Shingo principles, have seen an increased level of success in areas such as Costs (increased revenue, reduced inventory, reduced lead times etc), Safety & Quality ( zero lost time for accidents, reduction in scrap, defects and non-conformance), On Time in Full & New Product Introduction (increases in OTIF by as much as 95%  & NPI up to 100%).

More benefits of implementing Shingo can be found in our Shingo section.

graph showing 100% accomplished and 33% outstanding for the SHingo Discover Enterprise Excellence workshopcourse delvery

What have attendee’s thought of the Shingo Discover Excellence Workshop?

Attendee’s of our Shingo workshops have rated them very highly, with 98% having no hesitation in recommending them to colleagues.

  • 100% of all attendees rate our delivery as ‘Accomplished’.
  • 33% rate our delivery as Outstanding
  • 98% would recommend this course to a colleague

“Very good, enjoyed the course, looking forward to working on this in the future.”

“Very beneficial, thank you! Filled a gap in my understanding.”

“Challenging and excellent workshop, food for thought.”

A sample of companies who have attended the workshops:

 

Some of our Shingo Discover Excellence clients

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Reimagine & Refocus Conference

This Reimagine & Refocus conference looked at the following:

  • Sustaining EBIT Approach with Robin Jaques, SA Partners & J Frank Holmes,
    Gambit Corporate Finance
  • Management Motivation & Remuneration Structures with Steve Berry, Acuity Law
  • Growth/Succession Planning with J Frank Holmes, Gambit Corporate Finance
  • Panel Discussion & Questions
  • Conclusion

To view this conference, please fill out the form details below and recieve the conference link by email. If you have any issues, please email our technical department who will email you the link directly.

Effective Gemba Walks as part of leader standard work

This webinar looks at Gemba walk as a tool within a system, how Leader Standard Work (LSW) is the system, what’s is the purpose of the system LSW and what interactions or behaviours support the purpose & inform Gemba walks.

To view this conference, please fill out the form details below and recieve the conference link by email. If you have any issues, please email our technical department who will email you the link directly.

Driving Change in Financial Services Conference

View the latest conference which took place on the 4th December called Driving Change in Financial Services presented by Dr Keivan Zokaei of S A Partners and Dina Patel of S & P.

To view this conference, please fill out the form details below and recieve the conference link by email. If you have any issues, please email our technical department who will email you the link directly.

Shingo Align Workshop – Virtual Training – Australia

This three(half day) virtual workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences at a host facility to build upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop. It takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Enterprise Alignment dimension:

• Think Systemically

• Create Constancy of Purpose

• Create Value for the Customer

To succeed, organizations must develop management systems that align work and behaviors with principles and direction in ways that are simple, comprehensive, actionable, and standardized. Organizations must get results, and creating value for customers is ultimately accomplished through the effective alignment of every value stream in an organization. The ENTERPRISE ALIGNMENT workshop continues the discussion around defining ideal behaviors and the systems that drive them.

*DISCOVER EXCELLENCE is a prerequisite to this workshop.

For further information about this course please email: events@sapartners.com

S A Partners Perform Higher Than The Industry Average

S A Partners latest NPS score of +75 is seen as testimony that the customer remains at the heart our consulting business. The challenges of the current market have moved much of our delivery into the virtual space.  Our consultancy, coaching and training is all now delivered to our customers teams across the world – providing enormous benefits in connectivity and responsiveness.

Richard Lynch, part of the Leadership Team at S A Partners has been supporting a number of our key clients with Leadership Coaching virtually for some years. He isn’t surprised that organisations have seen some positive results from a focus on virtual delivery.

“Virtual coaching, definitely has benefits, instead of a situation where it was necessary to deliver back to back coaching sessions onsite, we can now flex to the needs of individuals. The more regular communication at times to suit the customer provides a better platform for dialogue and therefore improvement”

The Net Promoter Score, is an internationally recognized benchmark for customer service. It relies on customers being asked one key question “Would you recommend the company”.  The scoring is weighted calculated and weighted between Advocates, Passives and Detractors.

 

According to Retently (www.retently.com) the average NPS score for the consulting sector is +51, so S A Partners are performing significantly higher than the industry average.

 

retently score graphic

retently score

In this changing world, S A Partners is proud to see such fantastic feedback from our customers.

For further information on our NPS Customer Survey please do contact Ailsa.Carson@Sapartners.com

Webinar: Aligning Learning & Development to Organisational Strategy

We often see significant misalignment between learning and development activity and the real needs of a business. During a survey of a large organisation employees stated that less than 20% of the learning and development activity they had been involved with in the last twelve months was directly related to the work that they do. This is an astounding waste of effort and in effect acts as a disengagement process rather than an engagement process within the organisation.

In this webinar John Quirke and Professor Keivan Zokaei will discuss the design of an effective leaning and development system that is truly aligned to the strategic needs of a business and supports the desired culture within and organisation. In particular in these challenging times, where knowledge islands are a very real risk, how can we effectively capture critical knowledge and ensure that it can be transferred effectively and in the shortest time when the need arises.

To view this webinar, please fill out the form details below and recieve the webinara link by email. If you have any issues, please email our technical department who will email you the link directly.

Shingo Build Excellence Workshop – Virtual Workshop – USA

SHINGO Build Excellence Virtual Workshop delivered over three x half days will provide you with Shingo Certification

About this Event

About the Workshop

This capstone workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences to solidify the knowledge and experience gained from the previous five Shingo workshops.

The BUILD EXCELLENCE*workshop demonstrates the integrated execution of systems that drive behavior toward the ideal as informed by the principles in the Shingo Model™. The workshop helps to develop a structured approach to execute a cultural transformation.

It builds upon a foundation of principles, using tools that already exist within many organizations. You will learn how to build systems that drive behavior that will consistently deliver desired results.

In this final Shingo workshop, you will:

  • DESIGN or create a system, guided by the Shingo Model, that changes behaviors to close gaps and drives results closer to organizational goals and purpose.
  • ANSWER the question: “How do I get everyone on board?”
  • UNDERSTAND the relationship between behaviors, systems, and principles, and how they drive results.
  • LEARN how KBIs drive KPIs, and how this leads to excellent results.

How this is delivered:

The interactive online training consists of:

  • Three x four and a half hour sessions (8:00AM – 12:30 CDT).
  • Over 4 days
  • Via Zoom Meetings (a Link will be provided on registration)
  • 1 hour Coaching Follow Up – post workshop with your regional Shingo Facilitator

Shingo Align Workshop – Virtual Training – USA

This three(half day) virtual workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences at a host facility to build upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop. It takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Enterprise Alignment dimension:

• Think Systemically

• Create Constancy of Purpose

• Create Value for the Customer

To succeed, organizations must develop management systems that align work and behaviors with principles and direction in ways that are simple, comprehensive, actionable, and standardized. Organizations must get results, and creating value for customers is ultimately accomplished through the effective alignment of every value stream in an organization. The ENTERPRISE ALIGNMENT workshop continues the discussion around defining ideal behaviors and the systems that drive them.

*DISCOVER EXCELLENCE is a prerequisite to this workshop.

For further information about this course please email: events@sapartners.com

Shingo Continuous Improvement Workshop – Virtual Training – USA

Certified Shingo IMPROVE workshop delivered over 2 x 6 hour days Virtual workshops

About this Event

Course Overview

This workshop integrates classroom and on-site experiences at a host facility to build upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop.

It begins by teaching you how to clearly define value through the eyes of your customers. It continues the discussion about ideal behaviors, fundamental purpose, and behavioral benchmarks and takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Continuous Improvement dimension:

  • Seek Perfection
  • Embrace Scientific Thinking
  • Focus on Process
  • Assure Quality at the Source
  • Improve Flow & Pull

The CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT workshop will deepen your understanding of the relationship between behaviors, systems, and principles, and how they drive results.

How it is delivered:

The course will be delivered via Zoom Meetings:

  • Over 2 days
  • Start time: 07:00 EDT
  • Finish time: 13:00 EDT
  • Pre-reading will be provided prior to the course.
  • Booking is essential.

This workshop is accredited by The SHINGO Institute. Following successful completion of the course you will receive your certificate.

*DISCOVER EXCELLENCE is a prerequisite to this workshop.

Senior leaders and Continuous Improvement professionals from enterprises, big or small, from any sector, wanting to understand the essential ingredients needed to create a sustainable business Improvement culture.

Attendees of the Shingo Discover Excellence Workshop give their thoughts on the learning outcomes.

Questions ?

For further information contact Colin Scott by using the contact from on his bio page.

SHINGO Cultural Enablers Virtual Workshop – USA

This 2 x 6 hour Days virtual training workshop is SHINGO certified and will provide you with insights into the Cultural Enablers dimension.

About this Event

This interactive virtual workshop builds upon the knowledge and experience gained in the DISCOVER EXCELLENCE* workshop.

It takes you deeper into the Shingo Model™ by focusing on the principles identified in the Cultural Enablers dimension:

• Respect Every Individual

• Lead with Humility

Cultural Enablers principles make it possible for people in an organization to engage in the transformation journey, progress in their understanding, and build a culture of organizational excellence. Organizational excellence cannot be achieved through top-down directives or piecemeal implementation of tools. It requires a widespread organizational commitment. The CULTURAL ENABLERS workshop will help you define ideal behaviors and the systems that drive those behaviors using behavioral benchmarks.

The workshop will be delivered by John Quirke an experienced SHINGO Facilitator.

For more information please do email: Events@sapartners.com

As a CULTURAL ENABLER participant, you will achieve the following objectives:

  • Understand the benefits of focusing on the Shingo principles and recognise where you could make improvements in your own organisation to improve systems and drive ideal behaviours.
  • Learn how to benchmark your performance against the best in the world by carrying out your own self-assessment based on the Shingo Model™ .
  • Learn from other organisations experiences as you take part in a range of hands on activities and group discussions.

The Shingo Model

You can find out more about the Shingo Model and download a copy of the Guide to the Shingo Model from our Shingo page.

shingo model

Senior leaders and Continuous Improvement professionals from enterprises, big or small, from any sector, wanting to understand the essential ingredients needed to create a sustainable business Improvement culture.

Applying Agile & Lean to Sales

with Brad Jeavons – 8:30 – 9:30 BST

Join us for an inspiring webinar on how to apply Agile & Sales to your Sales process. Brad Jeavons, our Scrum Master will share how he has supported a wide range of organisations enhance their sales performance using both Agile and Lean. Brad Jeavons is author of Agile Sales which provides insights into how to develop a high-performance sales team either face to face or remotely. Agile Sales offers practical approaches to build a sustainable continuous improvement culture within a sales and marketing organisation. It is the first book of it’s kind to apply best practice Excellence techniques such as Agile and Lean to sales. With the shutdown of face to face business.

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Moving from Operational to Enterprise Excellence

Why Enterprise Excellence not Operational Excellence?

At S A Partners, we believe that Lean and the philosophy of continuous improvement can and should be applied to all parts of the business, not just operations or manufacturing. In the same way, we also believe the approach is equally applicable to service and transactional processes.

Operational Excellence vs Enterprise Excellence

The phrase “Operational Excellence” through its wording assumes that the continuous improvement approach is just “an operations thing” or “only applicable to manufacturing” which is just not true and we are passionate about changing this thinking.

Comparatively, Enterprise Excellence assumes that every organisation can and should be excellent and be able to deliver sustainable business results. It also assumes that every single part of the organisation plays a critical part in driving that excellence.

By embracing this thinking, an organisation extends performance efficiencies and effectiveness to their whole value stream, increasing their ability to deliver ideal customer results as well as grow the business in a sustainable way. Understanding how Lean thinking can be applied to all core and supporting processes is key to delivering competitive advantage, for instance, sales, HR & L&D, finance, procurement etc. Equally, the approach and philosophy is something that is generating increasingly impressive results in business service companies such as financial services, retail, and online services.

This thinking is also reflected in the  world renowned Shingo Model for Enterprise Excellence, which expects organsiations to have applied the thinking and model to all parts of the organisation and is increasingly seeing more service sector companies recognized with the prize: https://shingo.org/shingo-model/

So why aren’t more organisations doing this?

The cultural stigma behind Lean as just Lean Manufacturing is strong and there is still the perception that Lean cannot be applied within service-based processes. This however is a cultural perception and should be challenged.

operational Excellence graphic showing table

If you go back to the core principles of Lean, the primary focus is driving value to the customer (whether internal or external) and then creating flow and pull to drive optimal value in the most efficient way.

Although it can be more difficult see, touch and feel the processes and key wastes in a service environment, they still exist and can have just as much impact on the performance of the organisation and value creation for the customer. Arguably even more so in a service businesses that thrive on excellence in the customer experience. The principles remain the same – its merely the application of the approach that needs to be adjusted to suit the service environment.

But does it work in practice?

There are many case studies of service organisations that have delivered step changes in performance through embracing an organizational wide approach to Enterprise Excellence.

One of the best-case studies around this topic is the Commonwealth Bank which became the first financial services organisation to win a Shingo Prize. They succeeded in not only driving Lean processes but by creating a Lean system and culture.

Looking to get started?

If you are looking to get started on your Enterprise Excellence journey, you may like to take a look at the recent Webinar recording with Carne Group, one of the leading Asset Management Services business based out of Dublin who have been on the journey for less than 12 months and have already seeing significant improvements.

If you are in the service sector and think that you could benefit from a more effective approach, then please do contact our service sector team on info@sapartners.com to arrange an initial consultation, or drop Megan James a message and she will give you a call.

Webinar: SHINGO: Deploying Ideal Behaviours – Part III

Join us for Part III of our webinar series on Deploying Ideal Behaviours. Part III will focus on how you put in place the right systems to measure and monitor engagement. Without this, behaviours can revert back to ‘the way they were’. You can catch up on Parts I and II by visiting our website https://sapartners.com/category/resources/

The Shingo Enterprise Excellence model focuses on the identification of Ideal behaviours that will enable your organisation to achieve sustainable ‘Ideal’ results. These behaviours must be supported by key systems within the business. But what does this really mean? How do we identify Ideal behaviours? Who identifies them? How do the Shingo Principles help in identifying Ideal behaviours? Do we need a behaviour for every principle? What if our behaviours have been far from the ideal in the past or even now?

To view this webinar, please fill out the form details below and recieve the webinara link by email. If you have any issues, please email our technical department who will email you the link directly.

Download the Award Winning Publication, Staying Lean

S A Partners are pleased to offer the Shingo award winning book, ‘Staying Lean, Thriving not just surviving’ as a full, free download using the link provided.

This publication won the Shingo Research and Professional Publication Prize in 2009, and it takes you through how to create and sustain a Lean business. It followed Cogent Power’s first two Lean Roadmaps along their journey, and how it successfully implemented Lean in its manufacturing and commercial areas to help turnaround the organisation s financial performance. YOu can view the video case study below

The story is based around the Lean Iceberg Model of sustainable change and addresses the often invisible, and hard to copy, enabling elements of successful Lean Management in manufacturing organisations: Strategy and Alignment, Leadership, Behaviour and Engagement as well as the more visible features: Process Management and the application of Lean Technology, Value Stream Tools and Techniques.

Staying Lean is designed to be used as a practical workbook to guide practitioners along their own Lean journey so that Lean becomes embedded in the organisation and sustains the performance improvements over the long-term; often enabling them to outperform low-cost economies and thus compete in a global marketplace.

Cogent Power Inc, the Full CI Case Study

Situational Leadership II – Concepts

About this Event

Situational Leadership II – Concepts

As part of the leadership programme SLII is the most widely used leadership training programme in the world.  For good reason, it is practical and easy to adopt yet delivers powerful results.

The course teaches leaders how to build meaningful connections with co-workers that create exponential improvement.  Employees that participate are more productive and more engaged – and their organisations excel as a result.

In this introductory course participants will learn how to:

  • Recognise how to support their team develop
  • Understand the difference between Tasks & Goals and how to establish SMART goals
  • Match the needs of individuals with the best leadership style
  • Manage team performance reviews effectively

How it is delivered

We deliver the course through:

Virtual Training

The training is set up in 2 x 2 hour sessions over two days.  This will be supported by self study.  We will use case studies and activities to ensure the training is enjoyable, meaningful and relevant.

Coaching
Every candidate will receive 1:1 coaching support from one of our experienced trainers.

Experiential learning
You will practice what you have learnt by undertaking a real-life activity. You will then present this back as part of your accreditation.

Accredited Learning
On successful completion of this course you will receive your accreditation from the Blanchard Institute.

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops

Situational Leadership II – Concepts

About this Event

Situational Leadership II – Concepts

As part of the leadership programme SLII is the most widely used leadership training programme in the world.  For good reason, it is practical and easy to adopt yet delivers powerful results.

The course teaches leaders how to build meaningful connections with co-workers that create exponential improvement.  Employees that participate are more productive and more engaged – and their organisations excel as a result.

In this introductory course participants will learn how to:

  • Recognise how to support their team develop
  • Understand the difference between Tasks & Goals and how to establish SMART goals
  • Match the needs of individuals with the best leadership style
  • Manage team performance reviews effectively

How it is delivered

We deliver the course through:

Virtual Training

The training is set up in 2 x 2 hour sessions over two days.  This will be supported by self study.  We will use case studies and activities to ensure the training is enjoyable, meaningful and relevant.

Coaching
Every candidate will receive 1:1 coaching support from one of our experienced trainers.

Experiential learning
You will practice what you have learnt by undertaking a real-life activity. You will then present this back as part of your accreditation.

Accredited Learning
On successful completion of this course you will receive your accreditation from the Blanchard Institute.

Can’t make this workshop?  Then fill in the form below to get notification of our next planned Shingo workshops