BIOGRAPHY

Patrick Adams 

CEO, Patrick Adams Consulting, Allendale Charter Township, MI, USA

Patrick Adams is the author of the best-selling book, “Avoiding the Continuous Appearance Trap,” Patrick is an internationally recognized leadership coach, consultant, and professional speaker, best known for his unique human approach to sound team-building practices; creating consensus and enabling empowerment. He is the Founder and CEO at Patrick Adams Consulting. Patrick served in the United States Marine Corps for 8 years before he was injured and medically retired. He received his Bachelor of Science from Eastern Michigan University and holds a Master of Business Administration. He founded his consulting practice in 2018 to work with leaders at all levels and organizations of all sizes to achieve higher levels of performance. He motivates, inspires, and drives the right results at all points in business processes. Patrick has been delivering bottom-line results through specialized process improvement solutions for over 20 years. He’s worked with all types of businesses from private, non-profit, government, and manufacturing ranging from small business to billiondollar corporations.

ABSTRACT

Becoming a Great Lean Leader

A Galllup Study found that 50% of people who leave their jobs do so to get away from bad leaders. 70% of employees are not engaged at work. When they studied managers, they found that 51% are not engaged and 14% are actively disengaged! But what can we do about it? For improvement initiatives to be sustained, we will need a different leadership system, a different management system. If you don’t, it’s going to fall apart. If you manage the same way, with the same meetings, same metrics; you will get the same behaviors, beliefs, and the same results. So, unless we change the way we manage, continuous improvement initiatives will fail. If you want to succeed and sustain continuous improvement initiatives, then you need to manage differently. But how does one become a great Lean Leader? During this session, I will define Lean (Servant) Leadership and review Dr. Jeffrey Liker's Leadership Development Model.

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