The Bench: What is your organization’s approach to DEI? – July 19th

The Bench: What is your organization’s approach to DEI? – July 19th

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Welcome to The Bench, an open forum where we discuss and share best practices around a particular topic. In July, we'll be diving into Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Accessibility. What is your organization's strategy around DEI? How are you involving others? What is your education strategy? How are you measuring your efforts? ....and any other questions you may have Please come and share what you're doing in your organization. Bring your questions and challenges, so you can learn from each other. All NWHPEC members are welcome. (No fee) Date: July 19th Time: 9-9:55am (Pacific) Venue: Zoom Audience: HR professionals, organizational leaders, DEI resource groups, individual contributors, and anyone curious about the topic. Registration link (members only)
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Executive Keynote: How We Win w/Billy Taylor – May 24th

Executive Keynote: How We Win w/Billy Taylor – May 24th

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https://youtu.be/Qv7lw_gLAxE This highly actionable virtual keynote details How to Win using a tried-and-true process. Billy details the strategies, mindsets, and processes proven to convert strategy into results, disconnected operations into an aligned enterprise, and a lack of trust into a high-performing, self-sustaining culture of ownership. In this keynote, we will explore how to achieve success in any organization by implementing three key principles: Deliberate Clarity, Deliberate Ownership, and Deliberate Practice. By linking these principles with the development of a high-performance, self-sustaining culture, organizations can achieve sustainable growth and success in their respective industries.   This presentation is ideal for leaders and teams who are: Lacking clarity on how to define, align, or execute the strategies that will build trust and deliver sustainable results Failing to meet their performance or production goals and don’t…
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Value Stream Mapping Workshop (supply chain focus) – Dec 6-7 (in person)

Value Stream Mapping Workshop (supply chain focus) – Dec 6-7 (in person)

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This two-day hands on workshop is beneficial for those looking to learn how to document, analyze and improve the flow of information or materials required to produce a product or service for a customer.  While analyzing RealWear’s Supply Chain value stream (includes order receipt, financial approval, order fulfillment through 3PL, and receipt of invoice), participants will document the current state, identify and document a future state, and create specific steps to help RealWear move from the current state to the future state. This is an excellent opportunity to learn and practice one of the key Lean tools! Key Concepts: Understand how to see the flow of value across a value stream Visualize functional areas of work and how they interact Identify waiting and waste in workflows Resolve misperceptions across different…
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3H Leadership Series – Fall 2022

3H Leadership Series – Fall 2022

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In person! (Updated dates listed below) Title: 3H Leadership – Engaging the Heart, Head, and HandsFacilitator: Kari PencaIntended Audience: This session is open to any individual within your organization who is interested in self-development and individual improvement.  Leaders at all levels of the company, Emerging Leaders, and Individual Contributors who are influencers will all benefit from the concepts demonstrated and practiced throughout these sessions.Session dates:   October 19th, November 9th, November 30th, December 14th, and January 11thTime:         8am – 4:30pmLocation:   George Fox University Portland (Tigard) Campus                    12753 S.W. 68th Ave. Portland, OR 97223                   Portland, OR 97223Member Cost:  $750 for the five Sessions (nonmember $1400) View a quick highlight reel of what the experience looks like (45 seconds) Course Description:Lean organizations strive to continuously improve quality, lead-time,…
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Keynote: Leading with Grit & Grace – April 28th

Keynote: Leading with Grit & Grace – April 28th

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With a lot of determination, resilience, and persistence (Grit) while leading with empathy and compassion (Grace), you will accomplish goals you thought were unattainable. In all that you do, remember to make things better. Join us as we listen to Ashleigh share stories of what she learned through this experience and how she continuously strives to improve her organization through the development of those within her span of care. In this interview-style keynote, Ashleigh will share: • Moving from a traditional command and control organizational culture by asking curious questions• The benefits of being a servant leader• Focusing on one major goal and allowing employees to identify actions to take to support it o Onex’ s2022 Wildly Important Goal: Customer Experience (Internal and External)• Using the Coach approach as a…
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Executive Leadership Keynote: Belonging & Building w/Deondra Wardelle – Oct 14th

Executive Leadership Keynote: Belonging & Building w/Deondra Wardelle – Oct 14th

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Belonging & Building Belonging and Building: How Lean Leaders can cultivate an equitable, inclusive, and innovative environment that actively demonstrates respect for people As leaders, we aspire is to create an environment of trust where people feel valued, are provided opportunities to succeed, contribute creative ideas, give their best effort, and know they belong. Respect for people is a key pillar for organizations working to create a culture of continuous improvement. In addition, today’s leaders must support, build, and inspire an ever-growing diverse workforce, which presents significant opportunities to develop an innovative and sustainable culture of inclusion. In this interactive keynote, Deondra will cover the following strategies for becoming a more inclusive organization. Share key leadership behaviors for cultivating an environment where all employees can give their bestHelp leaders recognize the…
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Coaching Conversations – Dec 3rd & 10th (Class is Full)

Coaching Conversations – Dec 3rd & 10th (Class is Full)

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The Art & Science of Building Relationships, Developing Skills, and Improving Performance A recent Harvard Business Review article cited research that most managers think they are good at coaching but really, they are just telling people what to do. Today’s environment of uncertainty and disruptive change requires more than quick decision making and an it’s easier to do it myself mentality. If leaders want increased performance, they must focus on the key driver of engagement – the leader-employee relationship.   In this two-session workshop, participants will learn the four power skills of coaching conversations and create their own plan for intentional change by learning how to: Listen deeplyAsk questions instead of providing answersProvide feedback that recognizes strengthsReflect on the impact of their own behavior on the organization Intended Audience: Anyone…
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