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Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn: Creating an Intentional People-Centered Culture

Presented by Katie Anderson, KBJ Consulting

In this webinar, Katie will present on becoming a more intentional people-centered leader. The key learning points are:

  • Understand the three key roles of a leader in developing an intentional people-centered culture
  • Preview quotes and inside stories from Isao Yoshino's 40 years of learning and leading at Toyota from the soon-to-be published book Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn
  • Discover some little known history about how Toyota intentionally developed its culture of respect for people and continuous improvement
  • Learn several practices to help create a people-centered culture as both a leader or coach
  • Set your own intention for how you will improve as a leader of coach in creating a people-centered culture in your organization

About the Presenter:

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Katie Anderson is leadership coach, consultant, and speaker known globally for her approach to helping individuals and organizations lead with intention. As the founder of KBJ Anderson Consulting, Katie teaches leaders at all levels – and organizations of all sizes -- how to connect and align purpose, process, and practice to achieve higher levels of performance. A California native, Katie has lived in five countries outside the United States – including the UK, Australia, and Japan – and regularly leads study trips to Japan for leaders looking to deepen their knowledge of lean practices and Japanese culture.

Katie holds a B.A. from Stanford University and was a Fulbright Scholar to Australia where she received her Master’s degree from Sydney University. Katie’s first book Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn: Lessons from Toyota Leader Isao Yoshino on a Lifetime of Continuous Learning will be published in July 2020.

Katie lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, two sons, and nearly a dozen chickens and hundreds of daruma dolls.

To learn more, visit  kbjanderson.com - or email Katie directly at katie@kbjanderson.com.