I’m Cheryl, the CEO of
Lean Leadership Center

My team works with CEOs of people-centric companies to increase the capability of their people to create limitless organizational value.

We help organizations to transform their workplaces by providing long-term approaches that support an optimized work team.

The Lean Leadership Center achieves transformation through
workshops, presentations, virtual learning communities,
publications & consulting

to help you meet your organization’s leadership objectives

Talent Management Systems that optimize team engagement and align your team members to the bigger picture 

Learning Experiences that build critical leadership skills and empower leaders to get more done through their people

Effectiveness Strategies to build a workplace full of team members who are engaged, aligned to the larger vision, and excited to grow within your organization

Specialized Support for HR leaders to drive high impact strategies that create limitless value for your organization

As A Result Our Clients Have:

& Morale

Developed Leaders
Needed to Meet
Operational Demands
Problem Behaviors
& Hidden Talents
Learned &
New Skills

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About Cheryl Jekiel

Cheryl Jekiel, Founder of the Lean Leadership Center, works with visionary organizations that require strong people strategies and systems to achieve their business vision. She and her team help leadership teams increase the capability of their people to create limitless organizational value.

Ms. Jekiel has developed an expertise in lean manufacturing with a particular focus on lean cultures in leadership roles at Sweetheart Cup, Parco Foods, and Flying Food Group.

Ms. Jekiel has held a variety of senior leadership roles covering operations, human resources and as a chief operating officer for a number of years.

As the author of “Lean Human Resources: Redesigning HR Practices for a Culture of Continuous Improvement”, Ms. Jekiel is committed to building Lean HR as a recognized field of work. She lives in the Chicagoland area with her husband and two dogs, Sid and Ginger.

Cheryl shares on the power of continuous improvement.