A key ingredient in the success of Six Sigma projects is a functional collaborative team.
Six Sigma failures are frequently caused by ineffective team dynamics.
Leading Six Sigma Teams will show you how to increase your project ‘hit rate’ through building an effective motivated team.
Who should attend?
Six Sigma Process Owners, Champions, Six Sigma Team Leaders and key Team Members.
Module 1 (two days) gives participants key Team and Interpersonal tools to help them effectively lead their Six Sigma Project Team.
Module 2 (one day) is for people who would like coaching and follow-up on their new skills. It has been developed to provide coaching and practical guidance. Participants will be required to present an account of their experience and discuss the lessons they have gained.
All training is delivered in an experiential practical manner, giving participants a chance to practice new tools and receive feedback for improvements.
How Teams Work
Running Effective Meetings
Reflection & Coaching
Diagnosis & Remedy
Glenda Crawford is a specialist in behavioural, communication and interpersonal skills with a BSc(Hons) and an MBA from London Business School. She has the reputation of taking theoretical principles and helping delegates apply them to their own management practices.
Alan Long is a is an acknowledged expert in the implementation of Six Sigma. He is known for his ability to provide practical tools and examples to help Six Sigma teams reach their goals. Alan enjoys an excellent reputation as an instructor and wrote the STATMAN series of training books.
Leading Six Sigma Teams will be run in both Melbourne and Perth.
Module 1— Days 1 & 2 $1,200 excluding GST ($1,320 incl. GST)
Module 2—Day 3 $600 excluding GST ($$660 incl. GST)
Both Modules, $1,700 excluding GST ($1,870 incl. GST). Fees include training notes, lunch and refreshments. Please to our standard terms & conditions for further registration details.