A leading thinker and practitioner of Lean, DW Support Services approached Unleash & Engage founder; Mark Gregory to speak about Transformational Change in Real Life.

Mark provided a pre-dinner motivational speech giving practical insights on leading transformational change.  Focusing on Difference, Logic & Emotion, Involvement, Engaging & Communicating, creating new sustainable habits and dealing with loneliness.

When Mark talks about transformational change it doesn’t follow the usual leadership textbook but instead the Unleash & Engage proven approach to achieving real sustainable change and operational excellence and how this approach can be applied in real life.  To find out more contact Mark Gregory.

 

 

 

Ever since Toyota made great strides in business performance using their ‘Lean’ approach the manufacturing industry has been trying to work out more about ‘Lean’ and how to capitalise on this approach.

Founder of Unleash & Engage Mark Gregory developed his early career at Toyota where he undertook their renown ‘Lean’ programme in Japan. Now a leading authority on ‘Lean’, Mark works closely with large organisations to help them understand Lean and achieve sustainable operational excellence.

Speaking at the Lean European Manufacturing Conference, Mark’s ‘Lean Engagement’ keynote presentation dispelled the common myths about ‘Lean’ providing powerful insights into ‘Lean’ as an employee engagement philosophy.  Giving clear examples of the work Unleash & Engage do using ‘Lean’ philosophy to help large complex organisations achieve true engagement and how this is a key enabler to sustainable operational excellence.

When Mark talks about ‘Lean’ it’s always a great success.  If you want to know more about ‘Lean Engagement’ and what this means in relation to Sustainable Operational Excellence, then please contact Mark Gregory

 

 

Founder of Unleash & Engage Mark Gregory has extensive business transformation experience, developing his early career at Toyota where he undertook their renown ‘Lean’ programme in Japan. Now a leading authority on ‘Lean’, Mark works closely with large complex organisations to help them understand and achieve sustainable operational excellence.

Speaking at the Annual European Manufacturing Strategies Summit, Mark’s keynote presentation explained the powerful concepts of ‘Lean Engagement’, creating the business case and proposition for ‘Human Lean’.

When Mark talks about ‘Lean’ it’s always a great success.  If you want to know more about ‘Lean’, ‘Human Lean’ and what this means in relation to Sustainable Operational Excellence then please contact Mark Gregory

 

 

Founder of Unleash & Engage, Mark Gregory, is a leading thinker and practitioner of Employee Engagement, so it was a natural fit when Kent County Council approached him to speak at their Employee Engagement Conference.

Mark’s keynote presentation titled the ‘Employee Engagement Conundrum’ gave practical insights into the key enablers of employee engagement.

Mark is a regular keynote speaker on the topics of Lean, Leadership, Employee Engagement, Business Transformation and Sustainable Operational Excellence.

When Mark talks about achieving any kind of transformational change he doesn’t follow the usual ‘textbook approach’ but instead the Unleash & Engage way to achieving real sustainable change and operational excellence and how this can be applied in your work and personal life.  To find out more contact Mark Gregory.

 

 

A leading speaker on Transformational Change, Mark Gregory presented at a James Walker dinner on Transformation Change in Real Life. Sharing practical insights to leading transformational change.  Focusing on Difference, Logic & Emotion, Involvement, Engaging & Communications, New Habits and Loneliness.

When Mark talks about transformational change it doesn’t follow the usual ‘textbook approach’ instead he explains the simple but effective Unleash & Engage system to achieving real sustainable change and how this approach can be applied in both your work and personal life.  To find out more contact Mark Gregory.

 

A leading speaker on Sustainable Operational Excellence, Mark Gregory presented at an Academy of Service Excellence conference on Transformational Change in Real Life.

Mark’s keynote presentation shared practical insights on transformational change.  Focusing on Difference, Logic & Emotion, Involvement, Engaging & Communicating, creating new Sustainable Habits and dealing with Loneliness.

When Mark talks about transformational change it doesn’t follow the usual ‘textbook approach’ but instead he brings to life for the audience the Unleash & Engage proven approach to achieving real sustainable transformational change and shows how this approach can be applied in both your work and personal life.  To find out more contact Mark Gregory.

A leading speaker on Sustainable Operational Excellence, Mark Gregory presented to the Warburtons Annual Leadership Lunch & Awards Ceremony on Leadership & Engagement.  Sharing practical approaches to leadership for employee engagement.  Focusing on Difference, Logic & Emotion and Involvement.

When Mark talks about transformational change it doesn’t follow the usual leadership textbook but instead the Unleash & Engage proven approach to achieving real sustainable change and operational excellence and how this approach can be applied in your work and personal life.  To find out more contact Mark Gregory

 

Gibbs & Dandy approached Unleash & Engage founder, Mark Gregory; a leading thinker on Sustainable Operational Excellence and an experienced practitioner of Lean, to speak about Transformational Change in Real Life.

Mark gave a keynote presentation to the Gibbs & Dandy team sharing practical insights on leading transformational change.  Focusing on Difference, Logic & Emotion, Involvement, Engaging & Communicating, creating new Sustainable Habits and dealing with Loneliness.

When Mark talks about transformational change it doesn’t follow the usual leadership textbook, but instead he brings to life for the audience the Unleash & Engage proven approach to achieving real sustainable change and operational excellence and shows how this approach can be applied in both your work and personal life.  To find out more contact Mark Gregory

A leading thinker and practitioner of Lean, Lexus approached Unleash & Engage founder; Mark Gregory to speak about Transformational Change in Real Life.

Mark presented to the Sales & Marketing teams from Lexus giving practical insights on leading transformational change.  Focusing on Difference, Logic & Emotion, Involvement, Engaging & Communicating, creating new sustainable habits and dealing with loneliness.

So, you can see when Mark talks about transformational change it doesn’t follow the usual leadership textbook, but instead the Unleash & Engage proven approach to achieving real sustainable change and operational excellence and how this approach can be applied in your work and personal life.  To find out more contact Mark Gregory

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Alex recently presented to a conference of global HR Directors in New York on the Unleash & Engage 5 Key Insights on Change. C-Suite leaders from organisations such as Ford, Honeywell, Boeing, Northrup Grumman, Johnson Controls, Arcelor-Mittal and Georgia Pacific heard Alex talk about Unleash & Engage’s take on productivity and the role of true engagement.

Much of the conversation in the room centered on the paradox that despite the great advances in management science and capital investment, productivity in the US, Europe and Asia has steadily declined over the last 60 years. The biggest opportunity to drive improvement in productivity lies in engaging people, harnessing ideas and giving ownership for performance to the teams who do the work.

Alex shared with the group five key insights from the experience of Unleash & Engage:

  1. Change starts with creating a shared belief through the team: real change is only possible when there is a shared belief that the destination is more attractive than the current position and that there is a shared understanding of the journey. Too often leaders issue instructions that practices and behaviours must change, not realising that as soon as they look away we will all revert to what we have always done.
  2. Once belief exists, transformation is just a matter of changing habits: too often we tell ourselves change takes a long time, and change is very hard to achieve.  It is more effective to focus on simply changing one habit at a time – ‘culture’ is simply a collection of organisational habits.
  3. Habit change does not take long – but building habits takes intensity and frequency – nobody got fit by going to the gym once a month,  your new routine must be performed regularly and with commitment.
  4. Engagement is the route to sustainment – people protect what they build: co-creation truly is the only way to engender commitment. As the saying goes, no involvement – no commitment. If you think involvement takes more time, try disengagement.
  5. Sustainment is the route to profit: whilst top down change can deliver a short term blip in performance, sustainable change requires people wanting to maintain and accelerate improvements they have created.