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Managing Perception

TPickett ·
Managing Perception
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Planned Spontaneous Recognition

TPickett ·
Planned Spontaneous Recognition
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First Level Supervision

TPickett ·
First Level Supervision
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Managing Perception

TPickett ·
Managing Perception
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Reinvent Yourself for the Role

TPickett ·
Reinvent Yourself for the Role
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The lessons of experience

TPickett ·
The lessons of experience
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The Reliability Conference

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Video: Leadership Principles of Dr. W. Edwards Deming

Reliability ·
Source: The RELIABILITY Conference - Keynote Presentation - 59:00 Joyce Orsini - Author, The Essential Deming: Leadership Principles Fordham University professor and Deming expert Joyce Orsini draws on a wealth of previously unavailable material to present the legendary thinker's most important management principles in one indispensable keynote. This keynote reveals Deming's unique insight about: How poor management infects an entire organization The critical importance of management on...
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Re: CRL and Asset Performance Summit - Amsterdam

Robert Kijak ·
How to register?
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Re: CRL and Asset Performance Summit - Amsterdam

Kim B ·
If you have not already done so, click the Request Your Invitation link in the event posting. If you have already requested your invitation, you should receive an email soon with the registration details.
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Leadership and Communication

Kim B ·
Leadership and Communication
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How our perception shapes our experience of reality, and how that can be a source of power

Reliability ·
“Reality is what we take to be true,” pioneering physicist David Bohm asserted in 1977 . “What we take to be true is what we believe. What we believe is based upon our perceptions. What we perceive depends on what we look for. What we look for depends on what we think. What we think depends on what we perceive. What we perceive determines what we believe. What we believe determines what we take to be true. What we take to be true is our reality.” How do you think this relates to Reliability ...
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Re: How our perception shapes our experience of reality, and how that can be a source of power

Michael Meehan, CMRP, CRL ·
I think this relates to Reliability Leadership in the sense that we tend to be limited by our own belief of what is "possible". I just had a conversation with a technician on the shop floor regarding motor storage best practices. We discussed how that requires a temperature and humidity controlled environment, which requires Air Conditioning (in this part of the country), which requires $$$, and therefore, this was unlikely to happen. This is the kind of belief system that crushes getting to...
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Re: Many complain about lack of Leadership support. But ... what if we do? Then what?

Reliability ·
John great post. The universe only bends through action. Terry O
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Many complain about lack of Leadership support. But ... what if we do? Then what?

John Reeve @TRM ·
Leadership for Reliability is one of the verticals within Uptime Elements. You may be CRL or CMRP certified, but when back at the plant, it is often a struggle to get upper management to listen. After all, you're just a supervisor. Yes, they let you attend the conference, but they didn't intend to really pursue any of those initiatives. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ But what if the exact opposite happened? Would you be prepared? And, would you know what to say?
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Re: Many complain about lack of Leadership support. But ... what if we do? Then what?

David P. ·
John, Good question, I believe a key element will be to demonstrate with reliable data the actual state and then show a possible or desired future state. But this will be a journey be where being a Reliability Leader will be challenged. This future state must have a clear short, medium and long term tangible results.
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The Penalty of Leadership

Former Member ·
In every field of human endeavor, he that is first must perpetually live in the white light of publicity. Whether the leadership is vested in man or a manufactured product, emulation and envy are ever at work. In art, in literature, in music, in industry, the reward and the punishment are always the same. The reward is widespread recognition; the punishment, the fierce denial and detraction. When a man’s work becomes the standard for the whole world, it also becomes a target for the shafts...
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Re: How our perception shapes our experience of reality, and how that can be a source of power

Mark Cloutier ·
As with all great advances there must be one person that believes. The distance from knowing it can be done, to getting it done, is the time it takes a leader to state the obvious - it can be done. Now get-r-done! Now it is my reality to make it so.
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Reliability Leadership Road Map

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Integrity Conversations

Michael Meehan, CMRP, CRL ·
Lets say you have already had the technical conversation with your team about the correct procedure for a specific repair, and yet you have another failure of the same type subsequent to that conversation/training. How would you handle that situation? I believe an integrity conversation is needed in which we discuss how we may not have had each other's back's and how we can fix that in whatever myriad ways it evidences itself. What say you?
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Re: Integrity Conversations

Dave Reynolds ·
https://www.maintenance.org/top...aintenance-engineers https://www.plantservices.com/...ability-engineer.pdf http://www.lifetime-reliabilit..._for_Maintenance.pdf Here are a few resources that may help Dave
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The Three Ways of Reliability Leadership

Reliability ·
To stand in these values allows one to "be" a Reliability Leader - which is distinct from "knowing about" Reliability Leadership.
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