Lean thinking is a mindset and a philosophy that can extend to all aspects of work and life. This workshop will dig into this mindset, improve how you influence, communicate and work with others through simple techniques. At the end of this session, you will be able to leverage these techniques to cause positive change and cultural transformation within your organization, teams and projects as well as to improve personal effectiveness. Using engaging and collaborative exercises, the universal principles of lean will be explored for all types of work, activities and roles within the construction community. Taboo topics, traditional boundaries and existing barriers will be unearthed, examined and explored for innovative approaches to move forward.
This half-day, focused workshop is relevant for anyone in the construction community looking to expand their understanding of the lean mindset. Commit to embarking on your own personal road map for a lean journey and gain a new outlook on your work and life.
This course is ideal for… Anyone within the construction community. From the frontlines to executive leadership. Including: Support roles, Project Coordinators, Project Managers, Architects, Engineers, Site Supervisors, Management and Owners.
Facilitator… Carla Ciepliski, President, Ternion Results Inc.
Carla Ciepliski, P.Eng. is an industrial is an industrial engineer and consultant with over 20 years of multi-sector experience specializing in operations and business process management and continuous improvement methodologies. Her career was grounded at Procter & Gamble where there was a best-in-class, integrated application of numerous techniques to support high performance team behaviors and organizational excellence. Carla started consulting in 2007 focusing on corporate capability building, process optimization and project execution methods using LEAN as the base approach. She has also been providing workshop learning experiences throughout this time for a range of organizations, post-secondary institutions and industry association groups. Carla has been involved with construction since 2012 and the evolving Lean Construction movement, including being an active member of the Lean Construction Institute – Canada through Calgary’s community of practice.