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Agencies across Washington – at the state, county, and city levels – are using The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® (based on the best selling book The Leadership Challenge) to develop the next generation of government leaders who can build Lean Culture and drive efficient, effective and accountable government.
Building and sustaining a Lean Culture does not come simply from teaching people how to use lean tools like Value Stream Maps and Kaizen Events. While those are of course critical activities, none of them will deliver meaningful gains to customer satisfaction, employee engagement or financial stewardship unless people in leadership positions – from front line supervisors all the way up to agency directors – regularly practice the leadership behaviors that enable a Lean Culture to thrive.
Leading in a Lean Environment with The Leadership Challenge develops skills and knowledge required for any leader at any level who wants to contribute to reinventing government and providing greater value to all Washingtonians.
Join us to learn how to apply these concepts to yourself, your team, and your organization.
About The Experience
Your facilitators are trained to keep things lively, engaging, thought-provoking and personal. Don’t be surprised if you make a connection with a fellow participant that lasts for years to come!
Through participation in this program you will:
What Past Participants Are Saying
“I have been reluctant to start down the Lean journey due to negative comments from others,
“The content was exceptional – concrete & applicable.”
“I loved the 360 assessment. I have immediate ideas for improving.”
“I gained insight as to how others perceive me and my actions. This information, along with the resources provided, will help me grow as a leader.”
“I will now be able to better articulate my leadership philosophy and vision.”
Evaluation Scores from Participants
At the conclusion of our last Workshop, participants were asked to evaluate the session using a 5-point scale (1 = strongly disagree, 5 = strongly agree). 99% of responses were a 4 or 5.
These concepts are relevant to me in my role as a leader – 4.7
The Leadership Challenge® is an evidence-based leadership development model that is backed by over 30 years of rigorous research by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner. Since 1982 Kouzes and Posner have continued to conduct hundreds of interviews and case studies to understand the times when people perform at their personal bests. Intensive research and analysis has revealed that five fundamental practices were present during extraordinary leadership achievements. These behaviors are known as The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership®. This approach is now the world’s most practical model for leadership development and is helping organizations around the globe increase the success of their Lean Transformations.
Your Facilitators – Dan Schwab and Evans Kerrigan
Dan Schwab and Evans Kerrigan have been supporting Washington’s Lean Journey for several years, helping to drive more effective leadership practices, team behaviors and Lean methods. You can learn more about each of them by clicking the links below.
Only $990 for government employees ($2,150 retail value). Program includes:
Over the last 4 years over 1,000 government employees in Washington have joined an Integris lean leadership program. Past participants include
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