Every Supervisor in every operating department will benefit from Outliers Mining Solutions Professional Mine Leadership Program.
Today, we see many FIFO operations requiring workers from a broad range of geographic locations to live in camps far away from their families. It wasn’t always this way- The shift in operating environment has caused quite a number of things to change.
As our industry has become more and more KPI focused, the external elements of trust and teamwork are stripped from mining teams- The way leadership functions has shifted.
Our training focuses on rebuilding these leadership objectives.
It takes four years to train a tradesman, several months to become a qualified shovel operator,
Yet most mining supervisors do not receive formal training.
Many supervisors are lacking two things – leadership training and true operating experience.
Supervisors placed in this position are set up to fail.
OMS is committed to providing an understanding of what supervisors are asking their people to do – by way of coaching leadership skills and increasing fundamental knowledge of equipment and operating skills.
Each supervisor is a unique individual, so each OMS Mining Supervisor Training program is customized to the operating culture of each individual mine site.
What sets Outliers’ training apart is that our first step is to always get to know each individual, and then deliver training appropriate to each of them.
- Whether a seasoned supervisor or new to the game, we coach everyone as an individual within the framework they exist.
- We work to know each individual and build respect between supervisor and mentor.
Outliers Mining Solutions believe that this is the fundamental standard to deliver sustained improvement- To establish trust and credibility in that team of two – after which the technical aspects of managing performance of the operations, well that part is easy.
This training technique goes deeper than a checklist of processes – we take the time and care to build understanding, improve communication and increase efficiency. To us, it’s about taking a system that sets supervisors up for failure, understanding the people in those roles, and making the change to set them up for success.
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