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Lead with Respect - Applying Lean Leadership to Enable Engagement, Teamwork & Accountability

Presented by Mike Orzen, Shingo Prize Winning Author & Lean Enterprise Institute, Ohio State University and Shingo Institute Faculty.

Building a great organization requires effective leadership. It turns out that leadership skills can be learned. A key element that is often misunderstood is what it means to lead with respect. This learning session explores why leading with respect is essential in a successful transformation, what respect looks like in practice, and how it impacts your people to drive lasting change for the better.

Driving outcomes centered on Results & Relationships

Effective leadership requires a dual focus: achieve great results through great behavior. Fostering the right behavior in others requires solid relationships built on trust, respect, transparency, and consistency. The results you need to achieve can only be reached through the efforts of your people. As your people learn new skills, and together with leaders, build a workplace that enables and supports the courage and vulnerability required to learn, practice, and master the core practices of Lead with Respect, results and healthy relationships with workers, customers, and suppliers are natural outcomes.

Leading with respect involves awareness of our focus and intention, and how well we are connecting with people to create an environment of mutual trust and sustained high levels of performance. This is accomplished through the application of 7 core practices:

  1. Go and See for Yourself
  2. Creating a Meaningful Challenge
  3. Effective Listening
  4. Teaching and Coaching
  5. Supporting Others
  6. Fostering Teamwork
  7. Learning as a Leader

Who should attend?

  • Senior Leaders
  • Managers
  • Improvement Deployment Leaders & Lean Champions
  • Lean and CI Practioners of all levels


Following this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the 7 practices of Lead with Respect
  • Apply Lead With Respect principles to their daily work
  • Practice Lead with Respect concepts with their colleagues
  • Examine how to manage their personal journey of development

Through instruction, small group discussions, and hands-on exercises, session participants will:

  • Understand how to apply the 7 practices of Lead with Respect
  • Learn by doing through a series of exercises and breakouts
  • Leave the workshop with a personal plan of growth and practice
  • Return to work with a newparadigm of Leadership

What level of lean experience is this workshop appropriate for?

These concepts apply at all levels!

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Sara Criger

President Mercy Hospital, part of Allina Health

Mike Orzen’s way of connecting the heart of leadership with the effectiveness of Lean Management System tools was the key that allowed my passion for who I am as a leader to engage fully.  As is probably true with many working with relatively new Lean Management System concepts, I was convinced that I had to focus on the tools, the steps, the data and concrete actions.  And as a relational leader I struggled with how I showed up given that focus, it did not feel genuine, it was not who I was.

Mr. Orzen makes the vital connection of the tools and methods of Lean and the behaviors of lean leadership, ensuring they “come to life” for workshop participants.  Mike effectively walks participants through important lean leader behaviors and provides time to process new ideas and explore new territory in a supportive environment. Mr. Orzen utilizes pictures, stories, and most effectively, exercises to coach the attendees and to practice these new behaviors.  He also supports participants with a personal assessment tool which we used to reflect and develop action plans for our reentry into the “real world.”  It was time well spent, with intentional practice of meaningful behaviors to achieve lean leadership transformation.”


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