July 30-31, 2020 | Optional Workshops July 29 | Orlando, FL (Disney World) | #leancoaching2020

 

Warm Greetings –

Respect for people is at the heart of our COVID-19 response. Our commitment is, first and foremost, to the safety of Summit attendees, presenters, and supporting staff. When this has been satisfied, our commitment is to the community’s learning and growth. With this guiding our ongoing decisions, as of now, the Lean Coaching Summit will take place as scheduled.

As we approach the Summit we will continue to observe local government, health, and venue guidelines to provide best practices for gathering safely in groups. We have heard from many of you who look forward to meeting again with your peers. While others, with extenuating circumstances, will opt-out this year. If you can’t join us, we do provide online learning opportunities through our Lean Coaching Learning Pods. Please reach out to our team with your questions.

We are hopeful to be safely greeting you in warm, sunny Orlando, FL!

The Lean Frontiers Team

View Summit Photo Gallery…
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2019 Summit in
Jekyll Island, GA! Enjoy photos from the Summit by clicking below.
See you in Orlando, FL in July 2020!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Coaches for executives, management, organizations, lean/problem solving/continuous improvement
  • Executives, Managers, Supervisors
  • Human Resource, Organizational Development, Training leaders
  • Lean/problem solving/continuous improvement leaders
  • Change agents, lean project leaders/coordinators
  • All sectors, for profit and non-profit

Lean Coaching Learning Resources

Videos

From the Video Archive:
Be Specific: Coaching practices for
personal improvement and problem solving
Katie Anderson
VIEW

From the Video Archive:
Kathryn Correia Keynote –
Lean Coaching Summit
Kathryn Correia
VIEW

From the Video Archive:
Mindfulness & the Lean Leader
Mike Orzen
VIEW

From the Video Archive:
Coaching Lean, or Lean Coaching?
Jamie Flinchbaugh
VIEW

Articles

David Verble Article Series, Part 1:
Leaders’ Actions Speak but Their Talk
Matters in a Lean/CI Culture
VIEW

David Verble Article Series, Part 2:
Why the Way Managers and Leaders Talk to
Employees is a Matter for Concern
VIEW

David Verble Article Series, Part 3:
Want to Be a Better Lean Leader and Coach:
Listen to Yourself
VIEW