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How to see (and hear) if someone is thinking and acting scientifically
The role of a Kata coach is to teach their learner to think and act scientifically. But how do you know if they are?
As the coach, what are you looking and listening for?
If you dropped in to observe a coaching cycle, what would you be looking and listening for?
In this webinar, Gemma gives tips, suggestions, and deepening questions you could use today to get a better understanding of what scientific thinking in action looks, sounds, and feels like.

Gemma started her career studying Mechanical Engineering. She quickly discovered the world of Continuous Improvement and spent 20 years working to improve processes and systems within various manufacturing industries including Automotive, Pharmaceutical, Dairy, Cosmetics & Toiletries, Food, and Medical Devices. She has been a CI Manager numerous times and an Operations Manager running a factory of over 500 people.
Gemma is hugely passionate about Manufacturing and strongly believes in Lean Thinking. She gets such a kick out of coaching and facilitating, especially when she sees the lightbulb switch on in someone's head – when they solve a problem; when they realise they have the power to change; or when they get excited about all the improvements they could make.
In 2018, Gemma left the world of employment to establish her own business, SPARK Improvement, aiming to switch on as many lightbulbs as possible. Her mission is to help organisations be the best they can be, through a combination of Toyota Kata, Lean Thinking, Visual Facilitation, and Experiential Learning.
Gemma is based in Cheshire in the UK.

Jan 19, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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