The Lean Solutions Podcast: Using Strategic Influence to Enhance Lean Practices and Build High-Performing Teams

What You’ll Learn:

In this episode, hosts Catherine McDonald and Patrick Adams discuss the importance of strategic influence in Lean adoption, highlighting the need to show rather than tell, celebrate small victories, involve people in decision-making, and connect the dots between actions and outcomes. 

 By engaging employees and demonstrating the impact of changes at personal, team, and organizational levels, leaders can foster a culture of continuous improvement and drive sustainable change.

 About the Guest: 

Catherine McDonald is a Lean and Leadership
Coach with MCD Consulting, her own business since 2018. She specializes in Lean deployment across various non-manufacturing sectors, employing a strategic, enthusiastic, and empathetic approach. Using collaborative methods, Catherine guides individuals and organizations from short-term reactive working to long-term strategic thinking.

Patrick Adams is an internationally recognized
leadership coach, consultant and professional speaker. He is best known for his unique human approach to sound team building practices, creating consensus and enabling empowerment. Patrick has been delivering bottom-line results through specialized process improvement solutions for over 20 years. He’s worked with all types of businesses from private, non-profit, government, and manufacturing
ranging from small business to billion-dollar corporations. Patrick is an Author of the best selling book, Avoiding the Continuous Appearance Trap. 


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