For many people, when they hear ‘Black Belt Tools’, they believe this means using complex statistics in production, manufacturing, or engineering environments. Some may even think ‘that’s not for me’.
Yes, a Black Belt needs to be competent in more advanced statistics, but an effective Black Belt has other methods and tools at their disposal that can be applied in all settings, industries and processes. In particular, to influence leadership teams, enable change, and communicate effectively.
If you missed our webinar on ‘Black Belt Tools With a Kick’, you can now watch the recording. Dennis Crommentuijn-Marsh provided guidance on tools to support you at the technical, interpersonal and programme level.