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The Toyota Way

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highway
Industry
Automotive
Solution
Talent Management

About

Toyota established Toyota Manufacturing UK (TMUK) in 1989. TMUK has two manufacturing plants in England, employing over 4,000 people. TMUK wanted an event that would develop the behaviours that support the core competencies of the Toyota Way.

The 14 Principles of the Toyota Way is a management philosophy used to drive consistency across the corporation globally.

Impact UK worked in partnership with the TMUK’s Management Development team, to design a programme that would challenge thinking around the competencies and bring the Toyota Way to life.

By using a mix of experiential projects and facilitated reviews, the programme allows the Section Managers to learn, practice and reflect on the competencies whilst developing the required behaviours in a safe and supportive environment.

Results from the initial Section Managers’ programmes have exceeded expectations and TMUK are seeing real business benefits.

Testimonials
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Cate Harris
Group Head of Sustainability
Lendlease
“Springboard Tasman Peninsula is a personal development program. An intensive 5-day program all aimed at helping our people reach their full potential. It also involves a very unique community engagement component where we work with and for the community where we operate Springboard to leave a long lasting positive social legacy”
Andy Fell
General Manager
Westpac
"After a long working relationship with Impact in the UK, I was eager to engage them in my early days as the General Manager of Premium Financial Services. We ran two sessions, one for my leadership team and another with some of our outstanding talent. Both events were brilliant. As a participant and a leader I saw immense benefits on a personal and business level. We now have clarity of vision, purpose and direction along with a unique bond that will allow us to soar to new heights."
Participant
Severn Trent Water
"The practical projects made the programme memorable, fun and helped start discussions to develop other ideas."