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Speaking at Manufacturing Management Conference

We’re delighted to announce that Jeremy Praud has been invited to speak at Works Management’s inaugural Manufacturing Management Conference on 23rd November…

Having experienced the frustrations and worries facing modern manufacturers first hand, Jeremy is skilled at quantifying the maximum ROI available from improvement programmes, as well as identifying the most appropriate tactics for delivering rapid, sustainable returns – and has a long track record of successfully improving clients’ manufacturing operations.

As such, Jeremy has been asked to present a paper in the Continuous Improvement stream, entitled ‘Motivating Teams and Engaging your People’.

Paper Synopsis: A typical UK business can count on only 16% of its employees being classified as engaged (applies discretionary effort, actively drives improvements). But that balance can change with some simple changes to your management style Jeremy of LI will explain in this session. The talk will look at the essence of good leadership, effective communication and motivating/empowering teams – and demonstrate the importance of explaining the ‘why’ of problem-solving, not just the ‘what’ and ‘how’. Plus, examples of the proven bottom line benefits of engagement on the shopfloor.

You can register now for this session >

And to find out more about the full Manufacturing Management Conference programme, visit www.manufacturingmanagementshow.co.uk/conference

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This is the best I’ve seen this line run…I never thought we’d be able to get it up to this speed.

Operator – Bakery

Before LI came we were facing the looming recession as a premium supplier with huge pressures on our margins from the trade. By improving our efficiencies we have been able to maintain our bottom line over the current ‘crisis’. I would recommend LI Europe to any Food or Pharma business that wants to achieve rapid and sustainable productivity improvement.

Andrew Shaw, Supply Chain Director, Seven Seas