Telfer Executive Breakfast Series: Lean Leadership
Friday, February 19, 2016, 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
This is one of a series of similar events where our clients are given the opportunity to experience what Telfer offers in its leadership and executive development programs. A light breakfast will be served.
Most organizations are struggling to do more with less, and many are turning to Lean to address this challenge. The most successful Lean organizations have been able to deliver 300 or 400% more mandate without working harder, while inspiring their people. To create a breakthrough Lean transformation, the role of the leader is more important than ever before, and different from traditional thinking. Gain insights into how leaders from these top organizations apply advanced leadership thinking and practices from the field of Lean Enterprise to their day to day work, to create and sustain breakthrough improvements as well as ongoing habits of continuous improvement in themselves and their teams.
- Friday, February 19, 2016
- 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
- Telfer School of Management
Centre for Executive Leadership
45 O'Connor Street, Suite 350
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1A4
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- RSVP deadline:
- Thursday, February 18, 2016, 1:30 p.m.
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Presenter: Craig Szelestowski is a Lean Government and transformation specialist with more than two decades of experience implementing dramatic turnarounds in Canadian government. He has coached, trained and facilitated organizations to reduce processing times by up to 80%, increasing capacity by up to 200% while creating outstanding levels of employee engagement. Prior, in his public sector executive career, as Vice President responsible for Human Resources, Lean, and Quality, he lead the Royal Canadian Mint’s Lean transformation resulting in tens of millions of dollars of improvement and a dramatic turnaround in both business results as well as employee engagement. He was a major driver in the Royal Canadian Mint being named by Report on Business magazine and Maclean’s magazine as one of Canada’s Top 35 Employers, and Top 100 Employers, respectively.