Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series Course

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Comprehensive training and exam preparation to achieve the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification with the International Association of Six Sigma Certification (IASSC) – the most highly regarded independent, global Green Belt Certification.

This course is very comprehensive and doesn't require any pre-requisite training. You will learn the foundation skills and develop up to the Green Belt level as part of this intensive, 5-day course. However, this training does move quickly and covers a lot of in-depth information in great detail. In addition to the scheduled course time (40 hours) you will need to set aside 18 hours for self-directed learning to ensure you stay up to date with absorbing and understanding the concepts discussed in the course. Total course duration is up to 58 hours.

For participants focused on Certification preparation, it is important to know that the IASSC Global Certification is exam based. Which means you can sit the exam and become certified as soon as you have successfully passed the exam, which is based on global benchmarks.

Our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training courses are run by Lean Six Sigma experts. Attend a course today throughout Australia including, Brisbane, Sydney, Parramatta, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth.

Please click on the Public Class tab below to view our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification course schedule by city or click the In-House Training tab to receive a free quote for courses delivered at your preferred location.

Your Learning Outcomes
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series

After completing this course you will have the:

  • Understanding of the concepts, implementation & objectives of Six Sigma
  • Ability to use a structured approach to process improvement
  • Ability to use DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Implement and Control) methodology
  • Skill to predict, prevent and control defects in a process
  • Understanding of the elements of waste
  • Skills to achieve sustainable quality improvement through process improvement
  • Understanding of the tools of process discovery
  • Understanding of variation in processes
  • Skills to reduce variation in processes and achieve predicted outcomes
  • Ability to identify, measure and analyse process potential
  • Usage of inferential statistics
  • Usage of hypothesis testing
  • Understanding when to use which Six Sigma methodology
  • Ability to use Capability Analysis to control processes
  • Knowledge of the interdependence of Lean tools
  • Skills to prevent, identify and control defects
  • Understanding and use of statistical process control
  • Skills to train, document, monitor, respond, and align systems
  • Skills to provide sustainable and cost-effective improvement in processes  
Duration: 5.0 day course

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Reviews

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series Reviews:

"All participants have their IASSC certification, and all got scores in the high 90’s.

3 received 100%

3 received 99%

3 received 97%

The rest got 95 / 96 %..

The participants advise that a significant factor, was the preparation I had customised, the tutorials I set, and the focus on previous exam questions with fully worked answers."

Lean Trainer

 

"Course was a fantastic introduction to LEAN - looking forward to undertaking more training."

Department of Defence

 

"Derrick was a great facilitator and presented well."

Department of Defence

 

"Derrick was a very knowledgeable presenter, he engaged the group. The Introduction to Lean was more useful to my daily work than I realised it would be."

Department of Defence

 

"Ross was a great trainer. Although the training was a little different to what I expected (i.e. there was much more six sigma content at a high level), I enjoyed the course and it stretched me."

Tower

 

"All in all, a positive course though, learned a lot! The trainer had a massive knowledgeable basis on which we could all ask questions, etc..."

Individual Course Participant

 

"I have really enjoyed the course & Ross has been a great trainer. I would recommend this course to more people in my organisation."

Abbott Australasia Pty Ltd

 

"Peter, the trainer, was fantastic and kept energy high over 5 days. He is highly knowledgeable and had great training delivery technique, was well prepared for each day and kept us on track while still taking time to help us with elements that we were struggling with."

University of Canberra

 

"Fantastic course, which supplied a practical insight into how Six Sigma is used in the workplace."

Individual Course Participant

 

"Most useful part of the course is the conversation/discussion around the points and how it relates to the Mine business."

Mine Wealth & Wellbeing

 

"Hans is a very knowledgeable instructor who took time outside of the scheduled training hours to assist me with many questions and his explanations and advise is and was very much appreciated. There were a number of pages missing from the training manual however Hans was able to provide photocopies of all relevant information."

Queensland Country Credit Union

 




Course Outline
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series

Download Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series Course Outline

Foreword:

The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification is a highly respected credential - it means you have demonstrated a level of mastery of specific methodologies and techniques required to help drive Continuous Improvement projects that have measurable, commercially focused outcomes.


This certified training course will provide you with the theory and then the opportunity to practice the techniques to help you reach the standard of Lean Six Sigma - Green Belt.

 

The course duration is five days. In addition to the scheduled course time (40 hours) you will need to set aside 18 hours for self-directed learning to ensure you stay up to date with absorbing and understanding the concepts discussed in the course. Total course duration is up to 58 hours.


You will be supported by Australia's leading trainers and become part of a global network of Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement specialists through PD Training and the IASSC.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 1
What is Quality (Introduction)
  • Understand the history of quality
  • Gathering the voice of the customer
  • Garvin's five definitions of quality
  • Definitions of quality from quality gurus
  • Differences in quality between products and services
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 2
Enterprise-wide View (Introduction)
  • Understand the history of continuous improvement
  • Six Sigma as a Value
  • Six Sigma as a Measure
  • Six Sigma as a Metric
  • Rolled Throughput Yield
  • Six Sigma Approach
  • Six Sigma Process
  • Six Sigma System
  • Six Sigma System
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 3
Lean (Introduction)
  • Understand the history of Lean and the value it brings to an organisation
  • The philosophy and goals of Lean Manufacturing
  • Understand how Lean integrates with Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 4
Six Sigma Roles and Responsibilities (Introduction)
  • Understand Six Sigma key players
  • Understand team stages in six sigma projects
  • Understand the different modes of team communication
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 5
Understanding the Define Phase of Six Sigma (Define Phase)

LSS Green Belt Define Phase - The Define Phase of the DMAIC methodology is constructed to introduce the fundamentals of Lean Six Sigma.

  • Describe the two stages of the Define phase<
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 6
Six Sigma Important Stakeholders (Define Phase)
  • Describe the stakeholders in Six Sigma projects
  • Understand how the changeover to Six Sigma implementation affects stakeholders
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 7
Voice of the Customer (Define Phase)
  • Understand the importance of the Voice of the Customer is Six Sigma projects
  • Comprehending the Voice of the Customer
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 8
Critical to Quality Flowdown (Define Phase)
  • Understand the definition and purpose of Critical to Quality
  • Understand the Critical to Quality steps or flowdown
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 9
Performance Metrics (Define Phase)
  • Explain what performance metrics are and they can be used to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of a process and establish goals for a project’s anticipated outcome
  • Explain the difference between process and business metrics
  • Explain the impact of the cots of poor quality (COPQ)
  • Know what questions to ask to determine the quality of the performance metrics
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 10
Project Charter (Define Phase)
  • Understand the purpose of a project charter
  • Understand the requirements and the elements of a project charter
  • Know how to phrase a problem statement
  • Know what questions to ask to determine the quality of the performance metrics
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 11
Wrap Up & Action Items (Define Phase)

 

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 12
Processes and Process Characteristics (Measure Phase)

LSS Green Belt Measure Phase - The Measure Phase of the DMAIC methodology is constructed to introduce important Lean Six Sigma tools for characterising your business issues.

  • Define a process
  • Explain different types of processes
  • Explain different process characteristics
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 13
Process Maps and Flow Chart (Measure Phase)
  • Understand how to create a process map
  • Understand the different types of process maps
  • Describe process flow metrics and how they are used
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 14
Data Types and Measurement Scales (Measure Phase)
  • Describe the difference between attribute and variable data
  • Understand the difference between continuous and discrete data
  • Understand the difference between nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio scales
  • Know how to express data in different scales
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 15
Data Collection (Measure Phase)
  • Understand how to choose different data collection methods
  • Know how to use check sheets and when to use different types of check sheets
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of automated gauging
  • Know how to code data and the advantages and disadvantages of coding data
  • Understand the concepts of data integrity and accuracy
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 16
Sampling Strategies (Measure Phase)
  • Understand the concept of sampling and the different types of sampling strategies
  • Apply probability sampling strategies
  • Apply non-probability sampling strategies
  • Know how to calculate and determine sample size for continuous and discrete data
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 17
Fishbone Diagram (Measure Phase)
  • Understand the purpose and meaning of the Ishikawa or Fishbone diagram
  • Apply the Fishbone diagram
  • Apply non-probability sampling strategies
  • Know how to calculate and determine sample size for continuous and discrete data
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 18
Relational Matrix /Prioritisation Matrix (Measure Phase)
  • Understand that a relational matrix is a tool used to measure which of the input variables has the greatest effect on output
  • Know when and how to use a relational matrix
  • Understand the differences between the X-T matrix and the Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 19
Basic Statistics (Measure Phase Module)
  • Explain the various statistics used to express location and spread of data
  • Describe the characteristics of a Normal Distribution
  • Explain the measures of dispersion
  • Understand and use measures of symmetry
  • Explain the Central Limit Theory
  • Explain frequency distribution
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 20
Graphical Methods (Measure Phase)
  • Understand how to construct histograms and differences in distribution shape
  • Construct a histogram using Minitab
  • Construct a stem and leaf plot
  • Construct a box plot
  • Construct a run chart
  • Explain the significance of P values in relation to hypotheses
  • Compare graphical methods and decide which is best to use
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 21
Gauge R and R (Measure Phase)
  • Understand the concept of gauge repeatability and reproducibility
  • Understand the concepts of accuracy, precision, linearity, stability and bias
  • Apply Gauge R and R
  • Apply Gauge R and R regression analysis
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 22
Process Capability Analysis (Measure Phase)
  • Understand causes of variation
  • Estimate Capability for Continuous Data
  • Describe the impact of Non-normal Data on the analysis presented in this module for Continuous Capability
  • Estimate Capability for Attribute Data
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 23
Wrap Up & Action Items (Measure Phase)

 

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 24
Graph and Data Analysis (Analyse Phase)
  • Construct a scatter diagram
  • Understand correlation and regression analysis
  • Apply the method of least square
  • Apply a simple linear regression model
  • Apply multiple linear regression analysis
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 25
Multi-Vari Analysis (Analyse Phase)
  • Perform a Multi-Vari Analysis
  • Interpret and a Multi-Vari Graph
  • Identify when a Multi-Vari Analysis is applicable
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 26
Intro to Hypothesis Testing (Analyse Phase)
  • Articulate the purpose of Hypothesis Testing
  • Explain the concepts of the Central Tendency
  • Be familiar with the types of Hypothesis Tests
  • Statistical inference
  • Understand the concepts between statistical and practical significance
  • Calculate point and interval estimations
  • Calculate margin of error and sample size
  • Calculate confidence intervals
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 27
Hypothesis Testing Normal Data (Analyse Phase)
  • Determine appropriate sample sizes for testing Means
  • Conduct various Hypothesis Tests for Means
  • Properly Analyse Results
  • Be able to conduct Hypothesis Testing of Variances
  • Understand how to Analyse Hypothesis Testing Results
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 28
Hypothesis Testing Non-Normal Data (Analyse Phase )
  • Conduct Hypothesis Testing for equal variance
  • Conduct Hypothesis Testing for Medians
  • Analyse and interpret the results
  • Calculate and explain test for proportions
  • Calculate and explain contingency tests
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 29
Pareto Charts (Analyse Phase)
  • Explain the objectives of a Pareto chart
  • Construct a Pareto chart
  • Test proportion = specified value
  • Test if two proportions are equal
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 30
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (Analyse Phase)
  • Explain the of conducting FMEA and its various elements
  • Explain and calculate Risk Priority Number
  • Understand procedures involved in conducting FMEA
  • Understand differences of design and process FMEA
  • Explain advantages and disadvantages of conducting FMEA
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 31
Non-Value Added Activities (Analyse Phase)
  • Understand the seven types of process waste
  • Understand the difference between value and non-value added activities
  • Identify non-value added activities from process maps
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 32
Value Stream Mapping (Analyse Phase)
  • Understand VSM process and symbols used
  • Create a Value Stream Map
  • Understand the difference between cycle time and takt time
  • Know when to use Lean Systems
  • Construct a spaghetti chart
  • Outline the benefits of VSM
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 33
Wrap Up & Action Items (Analyse Phase)

 

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 34
Generate New and Re-used Solutions (Improve Phase)

LSS Green Belt Improve Phase - The Improve Phase of the DMAIC methodology is constructed to introduce important Lean Six Sigma tools for properly controlling solutions.

  • Generate solution ideas
  • Apply six thinking hats to evaluate solutions
  • Understand the role of bench-marking solutions
  • Understand the concept of process entitlement
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 35
5S (Improve Phase)
  • Understand the 5 concepts in the 5S model
  • Understand the effect of 5S on improvements
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 36
Evaluate and select top solution (Improvement Phase)
  • Understand the approach to design and implement a solution
  • Prepare process maps that reflect the desired state
  • Understand the concept of poka-yoke (mistake proofing)
  • Understand the steps to pilot the top solution
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 37
Designing Experiments (Improve Phase)
  • Understand the concept of experiment design and the terminology
  • Describe the difference between a physical model and a DOE model
  • Explain an OFAT experiment and its primary weakness
  • Shown Main Effects Plots and interactions, determine which effects and interactions may be significant
  • Create a Full Factorial Design
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 38
Kaizen and Kanban and Theory of Constraints (Improvement Phase)
  • Understand the concept of Kaizen and Demming cycle and a Kaizen event
  • Understand the concept of Kanban and the Push vs Pull system of production
  • Know how to create strategic buffer
  • Understand the Theory of Constraints and the five focusing steps
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 39
Wrap Up & Action Items (Improve Phase)

 

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 40
Statistical Process Control - SPC (Control Phase )
  • Describe the elements of an SPC Chart and the purposes of SPC
  • Understand how SPC ranks in defect prevention
  • Describe the special cause detection rules
  • Design subgroups if needed for SPC usage
  • Understand the differences between Attribute and Continuous Control Charts
  • Create an I-MR control chart
  • Create an X-bar R chart
  • Create an X-bar S chart
  • Create P and Np charts
  • Create a U chart
  • Create time-weighted charts
  • Explain the purpose of a Visual Factory
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 41
Total Productive Maintenance (Control Phase)
  • Explain the concept of TPM
  • Understand the 8 pillars of TPM
  • Explain the benefits of TPM
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 42
Selecting Solutions (Control Phase)
  • Conduct a cost benefit analysis to select the best solution
  • Understand the requirement to reanalyse the measurement system
  • Understand how the Lean tools depends on each other
  • Understand how tools must document the defect prevention created in the Control Phase
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 43
Control Plan (Control Phase)
  • Understand the purpose of a Control Plan
  • Understand the purpose of a documentation plan
  • Understand the concept of lessons learned
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training - Signature Series - Lesson 44
Wrap Up & Action Items (Control Phase)

 


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What are people going to do differently?

At the completion of training participants are encouraged to create an action plan, and invite an accountability buddy via their Orgmenta App.

In your Training Management Centre you have transparency to the action plans so you can see what people are going to do differently.

Want to get clear on impacts and measure success? Our system and expert consultants support you.


Our systems and people make it easy to identify how you’ll be able to measure impacts,
and then report on the success in the weeks or months after training.

Do you already have systems and wish they were automatically up to date?

It’s surprisingly easy to make it so that your system can automatically be up to date with all the training record details you need.

More than just a training provider - we are your Learning and Development Partner, we look forward to working with you, talk to one of our friendly expert consultants today.

Embed Learning A great training course is only the beginning to lasting change.

To help you get lasting change from training we engage your participants

Before training

Pre course activity & chat with the trainer about personal learning goals

During training

At the course conclusion participants are encouraged to add an action plan and select an accountability buddy

After training

  • Participants can access course materials and extension content + more
  • If they picked an accountability buddy, they will have that meeting as well

We welcome your participants for Refresher Training on our public classes at no cost for 12-months (subject to availability)

All made easy via our orgmenta participant app

More ways we can help achieve lasting change include:

1. Make it Stick Packs - 6 months of 10-15 minute activities to run at meetings

Designed to be easy to use for Team Leaders, Managers, Trainers or other nominated Learning Champions these packs have 6 simple and quick activities to reinforce learning from the original course.

When you choose this option, we provide your nominated Learning Champions with a 3-hour session in how to run the activities so they have the resources and confidence to integrate these into your normal team meetings or as stand alone lunch 'n' learn sessions.

Make it Stick packs are available for all PDT Signature Series courses.

2. Follow-Up Coaching by our Trainers

Our Trainers can come back onsite and run coaching and reinforcment sessions for your team members. These sessions are most commonly 90-minutes long, and are designed to help people share and collaborate, helping them gain insights and confidence to apply what they learned so you see value from the investment in training with a lasting change.

Our purpose is to deliver lasting impact, and we believe this is a powerful step in achieving lasting change, so to encourage you to give your people that extra opportunity to really see change, if you book a follow up session within 90-days of the original course date, we’ll come back onsite for 1/2 price.

3. Physical Products - visual reminders to keep key concepts alive

Many of the 'aha' moments in courses can come from the increased awareness of ourselves and our colleagues, these come through the REACH Profiles that is integrated into many of our courses.

The insights lead us to better recognise our tendencies and strengths, understand how to be more mindful of adapting to the needs and preferences of our team and our customers.

The insights are put into practice by appreciating the benefits of our diversity and either learning to adapt or implementing a strengths-based management approach.

We have a great range of high quality products that can keep these impactful moments top of mind back in the workplace.

REACH to my Team
Visualizer / Reminder

The REACH Team Visualizer/Reminder can be used in multiple ways in both training and in the office. When displayed in a high traffic area REACH will be kept top of mind. Below are guidelines for use of the REACH Team Visualizer / Reminder which is also in downloadable format.

The REACH Team Visualizer / Reminder comes in two sizes of A0 841 x 1189 mm and A1 594 x 841 mm and is made from a sturdy 5mm corflute.

REACH to my Team Visualizer / Reminder guidelines for use

  • For this activity the simplest way to plot all participants on the REACH Grid is by generating TEAM Insights Report from the REACH Ecosystem which will give the position of everyone participating.
  • Place the REACH Team Visualizer / Reminder on a flat surface, preferably a wall, where it is clearly visible. Ask participants to mark their REACH position on the grid with a sticky dot. Recommend that participants put their initials on the sticky dot so they can easily locate themselves later. Each person’s REACH can revealed one at a time in a group activity. This allows for everyone to identify the dynamic that they will have with each other. Are they in the same quadrant or are the polar opposites? How do they "REACH" each other?
  • When you construct this activity with participants who have not seen their REACH score, they begin to develop a sense of self-awareness and their blind spots as well as of those around them.
  • The REACH Team Visualizer / Reminder is a powerful way to keep Team Dynamics and REACH alive. It can be revisited on a regular basis, people can be added, removed or moved by simply adding, removing or moving dots.
Download REACH Team Dynamic Visualiser guidelines

Keep it Alive
REACH Cubes

REACH Cubes are designed to build empathy and grow an appreciation for thinking differently. They encourage productive and positive interactions in the workplace, workshop or personal development sessions. They can be used in any creative way to grow REACH and below we have provided two recommended activities for use. The REACH Cubes pack comes with 4 REACH Cubes one representing each REACH Quadrant. Each REACH Cube is 7.5 cm squared and are made from durable EVA Foam.

Keep it Alive REACH Cubes Activity 1 – Thinking Outside the Square

When people are participating in activities during REACH workshops, training or personal development sessions provide each participant with a REACH Cube and ask them to complete the activity or interaction Thinking and Behaving based on what REACH Cube was provided to them.

Are they the Advisor focused on detail and doing?

or a Coach focused on People and Action?

This brings a whole new level of empathy building and appreciation for the strength of thinking differently.

Keep it Alive REACH Cubes Activity 2 – Grow Your REACH in your space

After REACH has been introduced using the REACH Training continue to keep REACH alive in the workplace by providing each person with a set of 4 REACH cubes to take back to their work space.

Personal REACH and the REACH of their colleagues can be grown by using these cubes on a regular basis with these great ideas:

The Desk Stack:

Stack your REACH Cubes on your desk and on top of the stack place the cube that is reflecting your current REACH zone. Ensure that you have the side that says “Thanks for dropping by, right now I am in my __________ quadrant” facing outward so those approaching your work space know how you are feeling and acting at that current time. This is designed to help those around you recognise different behaviours/responses they may or may not receive from you based on the situation and REACH zone.

Think Before I Act:

Use your REACH Cubes to be mindful of your interactions with others. Whilst interacting use the cubes to review your behaviours and actions. Take up the cube of the quadrant you currently feel you are in and review these sides: Think before I act: Is this what I need to be right now? Flip the cube over to the side of the profile overview and think about the style in which you are Communicating, Conflict-handling, Delegating etc. Is this what you need to be to REACH the person you are interacting with? If not find the REACH Cube that best suits the situation and maximises your REACH with that person and use the profile overview to help guide your interaction.

Download REACH Cubes Activity File

Learn to REACH
Labels

Learn to REACH Labels are a great low-cost substitute for the REACH Caps or REACH Cubes or the more physically interactive REACH Floor Mat. They work well in small and large team activities and can be used as a quick way to identify how others act and think through a different quadrant that is not theirs. They can learn to appreciate the different communication, conflict handling, delegating, planning and learning styles of others and through this increase their REACH.

The REACH Labels are made of a high quality fabric sticky labels that are designed to last all day training sessions.

These work well after training when stuck to people’s monitors or workstations.

View all of the REACH Training and reinforcement products Here
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