“I can’t find people willing to work in manufacturing.”
“I can’t get the people I employ to use judgment to solve problems.”
“I have trouble retaining capable people.”
“I need to figure out how to get long term capable employees to give their best effort.”
Scott Ellis is doing something about it.
The two volumes in the Intentional Culture series, Changed People Change Process and the new book Dammit, Learning Judgment Through Experience, are practical guides to involvement of team members in the improvement experience that build buy-in and know-how. These books tell you both why and how to use the many planning, problem-solving, and project management insights they describe.
You may choose a single tool to begin engaging a team in problem-solving, planning, or project tracking. Many equip their training room with the whole array of tools. Durable dry erase versions of all the tools are available to help you make these activities second nature, a part of the way you get things done every day.
Working Well exists to train, coach, and build resources for leading, teaming, and working well.
Dr. Scott Ellis describes himself as a Culture Tech, “because my job is to help you fix what is ineffective about the way things are getting done and then I get out of the way. Also, because mention of the term Organizational Psychology tends to induce yawning.”
Books, articles, and process improvement tools are available at Workingwell.bz and on Amazon. Working Well helps you make best practice common practice.
Scott Ellis, Ed.D.,delivers training, coaching, and resources that develop the ability to eliminate obstacles and sustain more effective and profitable results. He recently published Dammit, Learning Judgment Through Experience. His books are available on Amazon. Scott can be reached at 425-985-8508 or email@example.com.