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74 How Manufacturing Leaders Can Prepare for the Tech-Driven Future with Kate O’Neil

Mindfulness Manufacturing

Release Date: 09/21/2022

79 Finding the Fuel for Great Conversations with Phil M. Jones show art 79 Finding the Fuel for Great Conversations with Phil M. Jones

Mindfulness Manufacturing

On the manufacturing floor, have you ever walked away from a conversation feeling like you made a conversation more complicated? Or have you asked a team member to do something multiple times, then felt frustrated when they still didn’t do it? Your words might be the problem! In this episode of the Mindfulness Manufacturing podcast, Phil M. Jones is here to help! Phil is a master of influence and persuasion, and the author of international bestseller Exactly What to Say: The Magic Words for Influence and Impact. In this podcast, Phil breaks down how leaders can change their mindsets and...

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Becoming a leader—not just a manager or supervisor—can be a long, challenging process that requires tough conversations and changes to behavior. But in this week’s podcast, Dr. Andy Neillie is here to show that becoming a leader doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Dr. Andy is a speaker, corporate trainer, and coach with Neillie Leadership Group, as well as the author of The Golden Principle: Life and Leadership Lessons from a Rescued Dog. To help leaders find the skills and mindset they need to fully take charge of their team, he shares personal anecdotes about great—and...

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Get ready to challenge everything you thought you knew about confidence with this episode of Mindfulness Manufacturing featuring guest Tracy Hooper! Tracy is the founder of The Confidence Project, where she works with clients to improve culture, clarity, and confidence in their organization. She is also the author The Now Hello: What to Say/What to Do in the World of Work. To help manufacturing leaders improve their confidence, she came onto the podcast to share tips on everything from eye contact to the best ways to successfully kick off—and end—conversations on the floor. 1:36 –...

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74 How Manufacturing Leaders Can Prepare for the Tech-Driven Future with Kate O’Neil show art 74 How Manufacturing Leaders Can Prepare for the Tech-Driven Future with Kate O’Neil

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As manufacturing becomes more reliant on machines, automation, and other emerging forms of technology, human leadership is more important than ever. To learn more about the best practices for leadership in a technology-driven world, I brought in “tech humanist” and technology expert Kate O’Neil. As the founder and CEO of KO Insights, Kate helps organizations create meaningful strategies for balancing human experiences and the tech-driven future. In this podcast, she shares some of her favorite tips for how manufacturing leaders can find the brightest possible futures for themselves and...

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In manufacturing, so much revolves around our brains. How we use our brain (and how well we take care of it!) can have a huge impact on many factors on the manufacturing floor, from how we communicate with our teams to how we budget our time. To gain a better understanding of the brain’s role in leadership, I welcomed Dr. John B. Molidor onto the podcast! Dr. John is the CEO and president of the Brain Based Leadership Institute and professor emeritus at Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine. In this episode, he shares some key details about brain structure and why people...

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As manufacturing becomes more reliant on machines, automation, and other emerging forms of technology, human leadership is more important than ever. To learn more about the best practices for leadership in a technology-driven world, I brought in “tech humanist” and technology expert Kate O’Neil. As the founder and CEO of KO Insights, Kate helps organizations create meaningful strategies for balancing human experiences and the tech-driven future. In this podcast, she shares some of her favorite tips for how manufacturing leaders can find the brightest possible futures for themselves and their organizations.

1:30 – How can we reclaim our agency?

2:53 – When a lot of manufacturing is being done by machines, it’s critical to find a balance between automation and human decision making

3:56 – As we use more and more technology and automation in the manufacturing sphere, human roles actually become more important than ever, especially when it comes to creating safe and effective procedures

7:19 – When using data, consider the humans on the other side

12:50 – Leaders need to determine the processes and nuances behind data, and this often means asking questions instead of just relying on hard data

16:30 “Machines are what we encode of ourselves”

17:50 – What does it mean to lead in a technology-driven world?

21:00 – Leaders and their organizations need to be careful about how they use public trust and responsibility with data and data gathering

23:00 – Due to issues like climate change, supply chain shortages, and labor issues, leaders are in a tougher position than ever, especially when it comes to decision-making

25:00 – Are you aligned with history in the way you want to be?

27:00 – Your actions today are tomorrow’s history

29:00 – Social media is important for manufacturing leaders, but be wary of false information

32:00 – When used correctly and responsibility, technology is a powerful tool for manufacturing leaders

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