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Best Practice Network Brings International Expert on Lean Human Resources to Australia

Cheryl Jekiel

Cheryl Jekiel

Making the most of all your peoples’ abilities, remains one of the largest opportunities to achieve better profitability, quality and service levels. This can be critical to your organisation’s survival and growth.  TXM and Best Practice Network are proud to bring Keynote speaker and leading US Lean Human Resources expert, Cheryl Jekiel to Australia for the first time to run a series of national innovative HR workshops. Cheryl will provide you with a range of strategies, methods and techniques for improving the contribution of your Human Resources, the implementation of an effective work culture and the development of your lean leaders.

Workshop Details and Registration
BRISBANE 22 August 2016 – Re-thinking HR for Your Operational Excellence and Culture Change
SYDNEY 23 August 2016 – Re-thinking HR for Your Operational Excellence and Culture Change
MELBOURNE 24 August 2016 – Re-thinking HR for Your Operational Excellence and Culture Change
MELBOURNE 26 August 2016 – Strategies and Insights for Developing Your Lean Leaders

Our facilitator Cheryl Jekiel, brings a tremendous passion for continuous improvement in her commitment to building Lean HR as a recognised field of work. Ms. Jekiel has over 20 years of manufacturing experience. Previously, Ms. Jekiel worked for a Chicago food manufacturer as the director of Human Resources and completed her employment by serving for five years as the Chief Operating Officer.
Ms. Jekiel has developed an expertise in Lean Manufacturing with a particular focus on Lean Cultures. Ms. Jekiel has made countless significant improvements in reducing operating costs and leveraging a Lean Culture to obtain new business. Her Lean experience has been greatly enhanced with her active involvement with the Association of Manufacturing Excellence (AME), which has included board roles for the National board as well as Regional Midwest Board in the USA.