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Effectively Coaching for Problem Solving – Nov 12th

Date:        Tuesday, November 12th
Time:       12:30-1pm
Cost:        Free for members

Webinar summary: As we take on new roles and greater responsibility within our organizations, it’s critical to be able to identify which hat you should be wearing: the problem owner or the problem coach. Two things are certain – your time is precious and people want the opportunity to develop. Learn why it’s important to develop problem solvers on your team and come away with some tangible practices to help you coach more effectively.

In this session with Katie Anderson, she will cover basic tips around:
• Problem solving thinking
• Coaching to develop problem solvers
• Shifting from problem owner to problem coach

Speaker: Katie Anderson (Lean Enterprise Institute, Catalysis, Association for Manufacturing Excellence, & KBJ Anderson Consulting)

Katie has held senior Lean leadership roles at Stanford Children’s Hospital and the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (Sutter Health), was a Fulbright Scholar to Australia, and served as a consultant for PricewaterHouse Coopers and a research analyst for two international universities.

She is the founder of KBJ Anderson Consulting, an independent consulting practice focused on helping individuals and organizations lead with intention by connecting their purpose, processes, and practices. Katie is also a faculty member of the LEI and Catalysis, where she teaches workshops about Lean leadership, coaching and problem solving thinking, and is a facilitator for AME’s Bay Area Consortia.

Katie is an internationally recognized speaker and has lived around the world including the United States, the UK, Spain, Australia, and Japan. Katie leads study trips to Japan to share her insights about lean thinking, the Toyota Way and Japanese culture with other leaders. Learn more:

Free to NWHPEC members.

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Non-member registration: Contact [email protected]