Empowering Plant Managers Improves Performance The issue we are addressing today is the behavior of plant managers that lead by empowering and those who micromanage. Plant managers, directors, or VPs of operations believe good plant managers need to be heavily involved in every aspect of the facility. This expectation instills the micromanaging behavior that […]
Why it is Important to Recognize Shop Floor Employees Most leaders and companies do not realize how impactful recognition is in the workplace. There are 3 reasons why that is: Unnecessary: Your hard labor is recognized and acknowledged in your salary. Too Expensive: Time and money are not essential expenses for the business. Top Performers […]
Retaining employees is a real issue in manufacturing, and it is not because these workers detest the idea of remaining at any job longer than a year. This perception can influence your behavior, which results in that self-fulfilling prophecy coming true. Do They Have a Reason to Stay? The fact is that an employee who […]
Training warehouse supervisors must increase their effectiveness to sustain changes over time. There is a current perception that there is never enough time to participate in training. Certainly not enough time to do a proper follow-up to reinforce those leadership skills.
How Do You Keep Logistics Supervisors Engaged After Training? A significant number of companies view training more as an event and not as much as a process. There is a current bias regarding logistic supervisors: they will not stay engaged with training after it is delivered, and it is impossible to change these habits because […]