Being good at your job just isn’t enough today. Industry is looking for leaders who are willing to step outside of their comfort zone, take a stand for reliability and make a difference in the business. Additionally, the pool of skilled technicians and engineering support continues to shrink. We need leaders who are never satisfied with the end game, but seeking where do we go next?
The future reliability leader professional will have a strong imagination, be a person with a drive for solving problems, be a person with a drive for getting better at their business, be required to make faster and more accurate decisions, and be open minded to innovation and action plans.
In this month’s Best Practices Webinar, “The importance of leadership on the reliability journey,” our presenter Dave Reiber, Senior Reliability Leader, Reliability Web, will discuss why leadership is needed and how you can become a reliability leader today.
This webinar will take place on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET (3 p.m.. CT, 1. p.m. MT, 12 p.m. PT and 8 p.m. GMT). Register for free here.
Leading up to the live event, we asked Dave to give us a glimpse into the topic. Here’s what he had to say.
Everyone from CEOs to sweepers can realize the benefits of taking a stand for reliability and leading a positive change that would not have happened without that initiative or drive for maintenance success.
The best reasons are personal and overall organizational culture growth. When everyone in the organization understands their value stream in relationship to reliability, everyone wins.
The challenges are many — Will I be standing alone? Will I be embarrassed? Will the leadership dismiss my ideas as being to far out there?
It just might make a difference, like encouraging others to appreciate the stand for reliability and join in with their support. Together, the positive results will create unlimited opportunities for growth.
Don’t forget to register here for this live webinar on the importance of reliability leadership on Wednesday, May 9!