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Published by Crest Dynamics Management Consultancy, 2017-06-19 22:31:20

Crest Dynamics Newsletter Jul 2017

Self-Realization July 2017

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July 2017

Customer Care Tips: Authentic Leadership &
Social Influence
Never Assume
Part 1/2
Never assume the customer
remembers what you told them " Leadership is a process of social influence, which
previously. Your customers are maximizes the efforts of others, towards the
paying you to help them. And what
you deliver is rarely the customer’s George described authentic leadership as a style that is
only focus. Keep track of all your consistent with a leader's personality and core values, and that
customer’s conversations and is honest, ethical, and practical (2003, 2007)
presume that you will need to refresh
their memory on events, key While the above definition is c) Lead with the heart: Engage
decisions, etc. Help them by sending centered upon the leader or self, the hearts of those you serve and
summaries via email and what actions it is the actions of the leader that align their interests with the
were taken to help fix the situation. are perceived by others that interests of those you lead. You
Doing this will increase the determines if they believe a need empathy and compassion
effectiveness of your interactions and leader is authentic or not. And for the people you work with and
make your customer feel appreciated. their perception is accomplished courage to make difficult
through the social influence of the decisions
Never assume you’re meeting your leader.
customers’ needs. Even if things d) Establish enduring
seem like they might be going well, Bill George noted that there were
they might not be. What you don’t do five dimensions of Authentic relationships: Enduring
in a customer relationship defines you Leaders (2003, 2007) :
just as much as what you do. Your relationships are built on
customers have more to do than a) Pursuing purpose with
simply tell you when you are not doing passion: Display purpose and connectedness and a shared
well, or when you are not meeting direction so people want to follow
expectations. Check-in frequently with you (your passion will show you purpose of working together
your customers to ensure you are the true way to the purpose of
meeting their needs, and conduct leadership). towards a common goal. People
anonymous customer satisfaction
surveys to get additional feedback. b) Practice solid values: We are need personal relationships to
defined by our values and
characteristics. If you do not have fully commit to work.
integrity, no one will trust you or
want to follow you. e) Demonstrate self-discipline:
Converts value into consistent
action so that you produce
results. Always take full
responsibility for outcomes and
hold others for their performance.

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Lean Enterprise Wroblewski, director of the Kaizen Institute USA, outlined the five
skills of a lean supervisor in a recent webinar on a broader topic
Lean Supervisor titled: "A Day in the Life of a Lean Supervisor."

Supervisors have challenging jobs - He described the skills:
- responding to management,
assisting associates and team 1. Knowledge of Work. A lean supervisor should know how all of
members, responding to challenges the processes and all of the work in the area where he has
that may crop up in safety, quality responsibility -- inside and out and backward and forward, says
and delivery. Their positions can be Wroblewski. "All of the elements in the work should be known by
described at times as being the lean supervisor."
between a rock and a hard place,
says Mike Wroblewski. 2. Knowledge of Job Responsibilities. The lean supervisor
should understand, from a management perspective, what is
expected of the role. He should know the company policies, work
rules, union contracts if applicable. The supervisor should be skilled
in what he needs to deliver from a management perspective.

3. Ability to Kaizen: The lean supervisor should have a "good
foundation" of basic kaizen skills, including such tools as 5S,
practical problem-solving, PDCA. "Those should all be comfortable
skills within a lean supervisor," Wroblewski says. 4. Ability to Lead: The Kaizen Institute USA director points out the
importance of this role: "[The associates'] first leader, their front-line
e-Newsletter Subscription leadership staff, is the key person who sets the culture of the
company expectations."
e-Mail us if you wish to put your
colleagues or HR friends on our e- 5. Ability to Teach: This is possibly the most under-appreciated
Newsletter database. skill of a lean supervisor in most manufacturing companies that
Wroblewski visits, he says. They are expected to enforce; better is
e-Resources the ability to teach.

Register to access e-resources. Having, or developing such skills, is key to creating a team
environment to pursue continuous-improvement objectives, he
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afternoon flight on a small private smartest people in the world. I 5S Step by Step Approach
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