Kaizen Your Culture

4 simple steps for promoting continuous improvement in teams.

A 60-90 minute presentation

Exceptional Teams get the results they want because they have an culture of continuous improvement. They apply the principle of kaizen, a Japanese word meaning continuous improvement in small increments.

Exceptional Teams have a consistent continuous improvement cycle that enables them to measure, give and get feedback, identify learning needs and innovate for improvement.

Learn how to boost your results by promoting a kaizen mindset that is followed by everyone, everywhere, every day.

This engaging presentation will reveal the 4 Phases of the Continuous Improvement and attendees will learn how to:

  • Measure team and individual performance in a simple and meaningful way.
  • Give and get feedback at both a team and individual level.
  • Use feedback to guide learning for improvement.
  • Innovate for improvement.

Discover how to Kaizen Your Culture and get the results you want.

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Kaizen Your Culture can be delivered as a dynamic keynote presentation to inspire, inform and entertain conference delegates.


Offsite Events

Kaizen Your Culture can be delivered as an energising presentation for executive retreats and team building events.


In-house Programs

Kaizen Your Culture can be delivered in your workplace for one-off events or as part of a leadership series.

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Resources that support this presention


Concept Kit

A handy reference guide that outlines the 4 phases of continuous improvement and highlights what you can do to apply them.

[eGuide or Card Set]

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Team Leader's Guide

A step-by-step guide with 9 key strategies for for creating a culture of continuous improvement in teams. Includes tools and templates for you to apply them.

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Online Assessment

A 14-step online assessment with a printable report that identifies the effectiveness of your continuous improvement systems and processes.
[Online Portal]

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What People Say


“Absolutely brilliant! You managed, seemingly with ease, to achieve the big two - an enjoyable experience combined with excellent content which was to the point and relevant.”

Paul Fleay, CEO, Inclusion WA

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Free Tools and Resources

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