How do you set others up for success? People join good companies, but stay because of great bosses and as a leader your success depends on your ability to help your team be successful. But it can be tough to know what tasks to delegate and what to complete yourself. Once you get that figured out you must effectively communicate your expectations, ask how you can help, provide resources, and follow up. Then remember to recognize performance often. Join us to leverage the experience of your peers - so you can boost retention and be more than a great boss by becoming a great leader!
Presented by Design Ready Controls, Minco and Nelson Numeric, Inc.
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How do you help others see waste? Training all employees how to recognize everyday forms of waste could considerably increase your pace of improvement but barriers always get in the way. How can you get everyone to speak the same improvement language and how do you make sure what’s been identified gets acted on? Join us to hear examples from local practitioners with different operating environments and company cultures, how they have helped their employees be on the same page to really see waste.
Presented by Starkey Hearing Technologies, Sleep Number Corporation and Landscape Structures, Inc.
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How do you lead people through transitions? Preparing for, implementing, and sustaining change is difficult. It can be especially hard for those who are trying to implement change without formal authority and relying on their ability to influence alone. How do you gain buy-in, create a sense of urgency, and address obstacles all while getting your day job done? Join us at this new seminar format including a panel discussion covering real-world examples from local leaders on how they overcame the challenges to make change successful.
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Join us for the inaugural MN Manufacturing Conference. This two-day conference will be October 16 and 17, 2019 and is a one-stop shop for educational seminars and keynote presentations on lean, leadership, technology, and workforce development. It is the only conference in the state that has been created by and designed for manufacturers.
Registration available Here. Register by September 3 to receive the Early Bird discount.
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