Katie Anderson will share insights and practices about leadership and learning, and challenge you to set your intention for personal improvement. The webinar will focus on examples from her forthcoming book, Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn — the result of years of conversations between Anderson and Isao Yoshino, a 40-year Toyota leader and John Shook’s first manager at Toyota.
In this session you will:
• Be challenged to define your intention as a leader or coach
• Understand the three principle roles of a leader
• Hear stories and quotes that appear in the forthcoming book, Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn: Lessons from Toyota Leader Isao Yoshino on a Lifetime of Continuous Learning.
• Discover three practices that can help you become a more intentional people-centric leader
• Set your intention for practice for personal improvement.
This is part of the Energize Your Journey webinar series presented by AME and Lean Frontiers. The series focuses on speakers, presenters and facilitators involved in the 36th annual AME International Conference, Oct. 26-30 in Toronto, Ontario.
Katie Anderson is an internationally recognized leadership coach, consultant, and professional speaker. Anderson is best known for her focus on helping individuals and organizations lead with intention. In 2013, she launched KBJ Anderson Consulting to work with leaders at all levels and organizations of all sizes to connect and align their purpose, process and practice to achieve higher levels of performance. Additionally, Anderson facilitates the thriving AME San Francisco Bay Area Consortium.
Anderson has lived in five countries outside the United States – including the UK, Australia and Japan. It was during her family’s 18-month experience in Japan that she developed a professional relationship with 40-year Toyota leader Isao Yoshino. What began as a connection filled with deep conversations evolved into the forthcoming book, Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn: Lessons from Toyota Leader Isao Yoshino on a Lifetime of Continuous Learning. Katie retains a strong connection to Japan and regularly leads study trips to Japan for leaders looking to deepen their knowledge of lean practices and Japanese culture.