My latest article for the Lean Post titled “Summit Reflections: Knowing What You Need to Improve” was just published!
In it, I reflect some questions that came to mind during the Lean Coaching Summit based on this year’s theme of “preparation”:
“What do we NEED to improve in our own behavior to create an organization filled with problem solvers?”
How do we prepare ourselves as leaders and coaches to be better prepared to develop others?
Visit the Lean Post article to find about what I learned at the Summit and how I think about answering these questions.
As the blurb on the Lean Post says:
I’d love to hear your comments!
More Lean Summit info
If you missed the Lean Coaching Summit, click here to receive a free copy of A3 coaching guide that I shared in my breakout session.
I also have written about broader take-aways from this year’s Summit in my blog post “Lean Coaching Summit 2016: Notes and Reflections”
Previous Lean Post articles
- Lean in Japan: The Benefit of an Outsider’s View
- Standout Lessons from the 4th Annual Lean Coaching Summit
- Be More than a Coach, Be a Coach Who Listens
- How To Get Out of the Habit of Telling
- Building Capability, Transforming Organizations