Each change of every single company process requires the application of new skills.
Often when we speak of training, a list is prepared of the trainings sessions already completed or that can be done; rarely do we think of how much the participation to only one training session can contribute to raising the skills level of a specific topic.
In the illustration (taken from the book “The Ultimate Sales Machine” by Chet Holmes), 2 different approaches to the subject of training are compared.
In the first box at the top we notice the effects on the individual skills resulting from only one training session; we notice immediately that right after the first event, the skills level, while decreasing significantly, still testifies to a superior level than that at the beginning.
The second type of approach foresees that the training be repeated various times; regardless of the decrease in the skills level at the end of each session, it is possible to see the progression of the same over time right after the participation to subsequent editions of the same training.
This second type of solution represents the approach chosen by KAIZEN COACH to the training component.
Each company training program foresees the establishment of more training sessions with the goal of reaching the maximum level of skills possible. In KAIZEN COACH we understand the performance as a result of 2 groups of factors; the group of beliefs, meanings, principles and values that a person can have and the group of skills that the person has acquired to carry out its work or activity.
With training (contrary to coaching) we intend to develop all those skills which make it possible for the company to reach operative excellence.
The KAIZEN COACH trainings are divided into:
Lean manufacturing training
The goal of Lean Manufacturing training is to get human resources interested in becoming lean managers or lean consultants. The devised paths will lead them to mastering the company’s operational processes according to the most advanced methods of the Toyota Production System.
The goal of Coach Training is that of preparing managers and supervisors interested in becoming “coach managers”.
Unlike the traditional manager, (an expert in the running of the means of production) the coach manager knows how to manage human resources with the coaching psychology methods above all.
For more information on our products click below