Employee development using the Maslow Pyramid

This conference is led by Cathy Mills, an experienced professional that has held several high-level HR positions within the largest Toyota plant in the world: the Camry plant in Kentucky, which employs over 9,000 individuals.

The famous Maslow Pyramid explains 100% Toyota’s HR approach. This pyramid is a five-tier model made up of two different categories: demotivating factors (survival, safety) and motivating factors (belonging, importance and accomplishment).

For Toyota, demotivating factors demonstrate how an employee may not be committed, or even entirely de-committed, whereas motivating factors demonstrate how an employee may be committed, very committed or extremely committed.

During this conference, Cathy Mills explains what Toyota does to eliminate demotivating factors and foster motivating factors.

For whom ? - Managers and human resources executives

Date - New date to come (webinar)

Time - 13:30 to 15:30 (Montreal Time)

Length - 120 minutes

Language - English

Price -  195,00$ CAD

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Cathy Mills

General Manager, Human Resources, Toyota Kentucky (2011-2017)

Cathy Mills has spent her career maximizing human talent. She has worked in Human Resources for over 30 years for manufacturing companies such as Levi Strauss, Texas Instruments, and Sheridan Press, and she most recently completed over 22 years working for Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc.Through her work with Toyota, Ms. Mills gained extensive experience practicing lean Human Resources principles through both shop floor and regional roles, culminating in leading the Human Resources Department of the largest North American plant prior to joining Foundations Human Resources Consulting.

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