Shop Floor Leadership
In many cases, shop floor supervisors and managers were once operators or technicians. That experience is often a bonus when it comes to equipment process and knowledge. However, it can be a challenge in areas of leading, planning, negotiating and controlling former colleagues. These skills are critical and can be learned and practiced for personnel wanting to become an extraordinary supervisor.
Myrtle Consulting Group understands that the shop floor is the backbone of any manufacturing business. Incompetent or average shop floor behavior can lead to safety or product quality issues. Myrtle consultants deploy tools and techniques to improve behaviors like preparedness, self-sufficiency, accountability, problem solving or communication with the supervisor, mechanic and operator levels.