Modern Leadership

Leadership Series with Gary Peterson | Part One

Gary Peterson has been with O.C. Tanner for over 35 years. Now as President of Supply Chain, he shares the wisdom of leadership he has learned. He shares a story about how caring for others leads them to produce better results. The principles he shares are now being recognized around the world for the large-scale impacts they are having across all industries.

Attributes of the Group Leader Manager

We hear Gary talk about the characteristics of a good Group Leader, someone who doesn't give themselves the attention or fame. The Directors also talk about what they love to see in their leaders and a few Group Leaders talk about their experiences. We also get to hear from two new Team Leaders who had great leadership development from their Group Leaders.

Monthly Strategy Cookies Meeting

In this video manufacturing team members gather with Gary and leaders to learn about the importance of employee appreciation over cookies and milk! Here teams share their progress so far and what examples of improvements have made a difference in efficiency and cost savings.

Modern Leadership | Part 4

Gary answers the top five lagging indicators. He also talks about the top five leading indicators for leadership. As part of a leader standard work, what is the best use of a leader's time and attention? A leader is aware of the energy of the team and how they are doing.

Modern Leadership | Part 3

In part 3 of the modern leadership series, Gary talks about how systems help drive the right behavior to remind us to be disciplined until it becomes a part of us. During covid some of our systems struggled and we had to be reminded of their importance.

Interview with Gary Peterson and Mike Martyn | Part 2

Gary talks about the top 5 systems at O.C. Tanner, which are: 1. Coaching 2. Improvements 3. Strategy Deployment 4. Huddles 5. Gembas

Modern Leadership – Interview with Gary Peterson

Gary shares the attributes of a good leader and how to find and develop those leaders to help drive a humble and empowering culture. With good leadership comes an engaged work force of team members who drive their own improvements and seek after results they care about.
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