Belonging and Building: How Lean Leaders can cultivate an equitable, inclusive, and
an innovative environment that actively demonstrates respect for people
As leaders, we aspire is to create an environment of trust where people feel valued, are provided opportunities to succeed, contribute creative ideas, give their best effort, and know they belong. Respect for people is a key pillar for organizations working to create a culture of continuous improvement. In addition, today’s leaders must support, build, and inspire an ever-growing diverse workforce, which presents significant opportunities to develop an innovative and sustainable culture of inclusion.
In this interactive keynote, Deondra Wardelle will share strategies for becoming a more inclusive organization:
1) Share key leadership behaviors for cultivating an environment where all employees can give their best
2) Help leaders recognize the link/connection between inclusion employee engagement, morale, retention, and customer satisfaction
3) Demonstrate how the Ten Principles of Lean Leadership by former Toyota leader Mr. Isao Yoshino will continue to move your organizations’ Respect for People Journey forward
Date: Oct 14
Cost: $50 members/$65 non-members
Invoices will be sent to the main company representative on Oct 4th. No refunds are available after Oct 4th, alternatively, you can swap with someone at your organization. Contact Jennifer to administer this.