Ownership and Responsability in Manufacturing Teams

1st June 2016

Join us at this Two Hour free Seminar and meet other manufacturing leaders to discuss how to improve quality, productivity and safety thorough increased ownership and responsibility.

Take Away the excuses to ownership and responsibility Create the right environment where people will step up. Essential Attitudes for Ownership and Responsibility The role of the Leader See the Bigger Picture Realise its not just about the Process ''During the 4/5 years we have worked with Dale Carnegie, we have concentrated on building out people, who in turn have built the business.  We have seen increased employee engagement demonstrated by a marked improvement in all areas of the business. 60% of delegates have been promoted since attending and this has increased our plant productivity significantly'' PMS Diecasting, Rotherham.   To book please contact - Kirsty Tagg kirsty.tagg@dalecarnegie.com 07747443013

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