The first beneficiaries have now taken the Effective Lean Leadership Behavioural (ELLB) programme and given very positive feedback.
The ELLB programme utilises six guiding principles of world class organisations to develop leaders of the future. It will allow SiG beneficiaries to successfully align, engage and empower their organisation in continuous performance improvement to ensure future competitiveness.
The training is suitable for the senior and first line management team, including the managing director. The principles are explored through six modules covering role of the leader, policy deployment, performance management, visual management and coaching. The modules are delivered in three phases of two day learning and includes lots of practical activities and go-see.
Said Steve Kirk, managing director of Sheffield-based precision engineering firm C.W. Fletcher & Sons: “The team delivering the “Effective Lean Leadership Behavioural” programme worked with us to ensure we had the guidance, structure and insights into how an effective leader should act within the work place, so the workforce is engaged and everybody is working together to achieve the same common goals and objectives.
“We are confident that this valuable learning will help us improve our capability and performance so that we can take advantage of growth in the aerospace sector.”
The course is delivered by our partner Project7 Consultancy which is headquartered in the UK with operations throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and North America. Through the programme they aim to help beneficiaries achieve:
- A more aligned and enabled leadership team.
- Greater levels of engagement and contribution in improvements from all staff
- Faster and more effective decision making
- And a more competitive position within their market place.