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Supervising Maintenance: Driving Operational Excellence through Effective Frontline Leadership
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: Exhibit a high level of understanding of the definition of a maintenance supervisor; Demonstrate an awareness of key focuses of Maintenance Excellence for application to maintenance supervision; Apply key supervision skills related to the maintenance supervisor role; Apply principles of leadership for application to maintenance supervisor role; Understand and apply key maintenance supervisory tools; Develop an individual improvement plan for application at the plant site. Fee per person: $1495
> Maintenance & Safety
Who Should Attend?
Frontline Maintenance Supervisors, Maintenance Leads, First Level Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Coordinators, Maintenance Coachs
Fulfill Your Leadership Potential
Supervisors are the first line of management in any organization. A simplified job description is ‘supervisors manage the performance of others to achieve the organization’s goals.’ In order for maintenance supervisors to be successful they require a wide range of skills, including:
In addition to these skills maintenance supervisors must also have technical, human relations, administrative, and decision making skills.
We all have areas for improvement, what are yours? Addressing the key skill requirements for maintenance supervisors, this seminar is highly valuable for future, newly promoted, and experienced supervisors. Supervision is a specialized job that requires specialized training.
You should attend if you…
Have been or will be tasked to tactically lead (coach, support, delegate, and administrate) an efficient and effective maintenance department.
These include but are not limited to:
- Frontline Maintenance Supervisor
- Maintenance Lead
- First Level Maintenance Manager
- Maintenance Coordinator
- Maintenance Coach
Achieve Greater Performance
- Be a more effective leader
- Learn how to delegate
- Increase your team’s productivity
- Learn how to motivate your team
- Deal tactfully with difficult team members
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to...
- Exhibit a high level of understanding of the definition of a maintenance supervisor
- Demonstrate an awareness of key focuses of Maintenance Excellence for application to maintenance supervision
- Apply key supervision skills related to the maintenance supervisor role
- Apply principles of leadership for application to maintenance supervisor role
- Understand and apply key maintenance supervisory tools
- Develop an individual improvement plan for application at the plant site
Basic Concepts of Maintenance Excellence
- Key Maintenance Activities
- Preventive Maintenance
- Predictive Maintenance
- Planning and Scheduling
- Storeroom Control
- Benefits of a CMMS
- Measuring the Impact
- Human Resources
- Roles and Responsibilities
Work Management Process Flow
- Key Maintenance Activities
- Process Mapping
- Work Management Process Flow Model
- RASI Charting
- Definition of Leader
- 21 Laws of Leadership
- Developing Communication Skills
- Tailoring Your Leadership Style
- Leadership Style Model
- Motivating, Directing, Delegating
- 5 Why Analysis and Root Cause Analysis
- Sound Decision Making
- Risk Assessment
- Coaching Others in Troubleshooting
- Project Execution for Shutdowns and Capital Projects
- 5S Principles
Personal Improvement Plan
Andy Gager, Mark Jolley
Andy Gager - Director of Consulting Services - has over 25 years of manufacturing experience ranging from warehousing operations to plant manager. Specializing in Materials Management and Operations, Mr. Gager has led multiple improvement initiatives that include Kaizen events that resulted in process cost reductions of $1.4M annually, strategic sourcing programs that reduced inventories by 70%, and successful reconfiguration of warehousing operations that reduced space by 60% while improving efficiency.
Mark Jolley - Mr. Jolley is an experienced maintenance and manufacturing professional with over ten years of experience leading continuous improvement in the manufacturing environment. Mark has worked as a LEAN Leader, directing complex projects from concept to fully operational status. His background in TPM, 5S, Six Sigma, and Quality Assurance helped make him a strong team leader, detail-directed problem solver, and a goal oriented manager.