Life Cycle Institute Facilitators
Learning experiences produce results by changing behavior. Behavior-changing learning experiences are led by experienced, passionate professionals who know the content and how people learn. At Life Cycle Institute, class leaders are called facilitators. This acknowledges that in addition to being experienced authorities on their topic, they have a passion for teaching and have developed this passion into a set of learning facilitation skills.
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Dave has over 20 years of experience in leadership, management, and transformational change within organizations. Dave’s expertise is focused on helping both public and private enterprises improve performance by implementing Reliability Excellence (Rx), Lean best practices and change management. As a lead instructor in the Navy’s Nuclear Power Training pipeline Dave’s excellence in training, education, and course design earned him certification as a Master Training Specialist. Dave is a certified Prosci® Change Management professional and is one of the very few Prosci Authorized Training Provider Certified instructors in the US. In addition to his broad technical background, Dave also holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from Webster University.
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Michael Blanchard is a Reliability Engineering Subject Matter Expert with Life Cycle Engineering (LCE).Prior to joining LCE, Mike spent more than 25 years as a reliability leader in a variety of industries. Mike is a licensed Professional Engineer, a Certified Reliability Engineer, and a Certified Lean-Six Sigma Master Black Belt. A leader dedicated to helping teams achieve their goals, Mike maintains a strong focus on sustaining gains and delivering value. Mike holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University as well as a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Technological University.
Paul Borders has more than 17 years experience as a strategic manufacturing manager. His realm of experience includes progressive expertise in top quality plant operations, quality control, safety, and environmental management. As a plant leader, Paul delivered consistent and significant performance improvements in all operating metrics: productivity, quality, safety, cost effectiveness, profitability, and employee engagement. A persuasive, respected leader and team builder, Paul is skilled in cross-functional collaboration with all operating departments of an organization. Paul is also certified in Prosci’s change management tools and methodology.
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Roger Corley is a Materials Management and Planning and Scheduling SME with over 30 years of experience in the field. Roger’s primary background is in planning and scheduling as a master planner, working with companies like Sabic Innovative Plastics, Southern Electrical and GE Plastics. He has been facilitating CMMS and maintenance planning training since 1996. Roger graduated from the University of Alabama suma cum laude with a degree in Computer Information Systems.
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Al Emeneker has over 30 years of experience in the maintenance repair and maintenance reliability fields. He has worked with companies such as Union Camp Paper Company, Fluor, Inc, the U.S. Air Force and South Carolina Electric and Gas. Al also served as Production Manager for a small firm, Solid Surfaces, in Columbia, South Carolina. His background in the maintenance repair field includes a variety of experience including electrical, electronic, process control and instrumentation in power generation (both nuclear and fossil fuel) and pulp and paper. Al’s expertise includes maintenance planning and scheduling, construction estimating, scheduling, material management, operator care and reliability best practices.
Brian Heinsius is a Reliability Engineering Subject Matter Expert with Life Cycle Engineering (LCE). Prior to joining LCE, Brian spent more than 25 years as a reliability leader in a variety of industries. Brian is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional, Certified Reliability Engineer, and a Certified Root Cause Analysis Trainer and Facilitator. A leader dedicated to helping teams achieve their goals, Brian maintains a strong focus on sustaining gains and delivering value. Brian holds a B.S. in Industrial Technology from Northwest Missouri State University.
Tara is a Learning Subject Matter Expert (SME) with ten years experience designing and delivering learning events and training material. Her passion for adult learning results in a specialization: building products that meet business objectives and practicing facilitator techniques that ensure knowledge transfer. Tara’s flexibility allows her to work on a range of projects, from internal certification programs to delivering online training. Tara, a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP), has training activities published in an anthology and her learning products have been named a finalist in competition. She regularly writes articles and blog entries on learning, produces videos on learning and facilitator development and speaks at industry events.
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Michael is a Program Manager with Life Cycle Engineering. With over 18 years in the Information Technology industry, his prior experience includes: IT Manager, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), and Program Manager / Community of Practice Lead of Cybersecurity. Michael has used his knowledge of BS7799/ISO17799, ISO 27001, Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), DIACAP, and RMF security controls and requirements to lead both large and small project teams. Michael holds a B.S. in Management of Information Systems from University of Phoenix along with a range of IT and Security certifications from industry leading security training organizations such as SANS, ISC2 , and PMI. His certifications include but are not limited to GPEN, PMP, CISSP, RHCE, and Fully Qualified Certified Navy Validator.
Tim Kister is a leader in the field of planning and scheduling. During his tenure as the Chief Maintenance Planner at Alumax, they were awarded the World Class Maintenance certification. He has completed over 75 workshops and seminars focused on maintenance management and planning and scheduling.
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Keith has earned an international reputation as one of the premier consultants in the fields of plant performance optimization, reliability engineering, predictive maintenance and effective management. He has more than 35 years of direct experience in corporate management, process design and troubleshooting. For the past sixteen years, he has helped hundreds of clients worldwide achieve and sustain world-class performance.
Ron Moore is the Managing Partner of The RM Group, Inc., Knoxville, TN. He travels worldwide working with manufacturing companies in North and South America, Europe, Australia, Africa, and the Far East. He is the author of Making Common Sense Common Practice: Models for Manufacturing Excellence, now in its 3rd edition, and of What Tool? When? A Management Guide for Selecting the Right Improvement Tools; and has written over 40 journal articles. He holds a BSME, MSME, MBA, PE, and CMRP.
Charles Nickerson is an Operational Excellence Subject Matter Expert at Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) with more than four decades of experience in plant management and cross functional team leadership in chemical and process industries including mining, food, pulp, and paper. Charles holds a Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering with a pulp and paper management certificate from the University of Maine. As a maintenance and operations manager in the early 1990s he was responsible for implementation of computerized maintenance management systems, preventive and predictive maintenance systems, and training programs.
Andrew Norman has over 30 years of experience in lubrication, maintenance and reliability, manufacturing processes, process documentation, plant management, and all phases of industrial asset management. He is also an SME-certified Manufacturing Engineering Technologist, a Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional (CMRP), and was an ASE-certified Master Mechanic in three separate areas; automotive, heavy-duty trucks, and automotive machining. Andrew earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Georgia before doing his graduate work there in Economics. He also received advanced training from Auburn University’s School of Engineering in Earthmoving Equipment Maintenance and is currently pursuing an MBA at the Citadel in Charleston, SC..
Ricky Smith is a Reliability and Maintenance Subject Matter Expert with Life Cycle Engineering. Ricky has over 30 years’ experience working as maintenance and reliability professional for companies such as Exxon Company USA, Alumax Mt Holly, Kendall Company, and the US Army. In addition, he worked as a maintenance consultant/educator with hundreds of companies in over 60 countries world-wide. He has worked in maintenance and reliability as a Maintenance Engineer, Maintenance Manager, Maintenance Supervisor, and Global Maintenance Technical Trainer.
Mike Smith is a Reliability Engineering Subject Matter Expert with more than 30 years’ experience. Prior to joining LCE, Mike’s worked as an engineer and maintenance manager in the pharmaceutical, fabrication, chemical and metal-forming industries with companies such as Michelin North America, Georgia Pacific, Eaton Electric, and Johnson and Johnson. He has used lean manufacturing principles and process excellence methodologies to increase performance in nuclear, fabrication, pharmaceutical, extrusion, PSM chemical, plastics, and metal-forming industries. Mike has been recognized for impacting the bottom line by increasing plant availability, speed of production, cost reduction and quality performance. Experienced with international organizations, Mike is a leader dedicated to helping teams achieve their goals. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree with honors in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.
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Bill Wilder, M.Ed., is the founder and director of the Life Cycle Institute. The Institute integrates the science of learning and the science of change management to help organizations produce results through behavior change. Bill led the creation of the 3A Learning® process that incorporates the concepts of active learning and change management. He has worked with many organizations to develop learning and change management solutions that engage people and drive accountability for behavior changes that deliver results. Bill leads the Change Management practice at LCE. He is a certified Prosci Change Management professional and certified instructor. His experience includes helping organizations assess change management maturity and establish change management competency through training, coaching, and chartering successful communities of practice.
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Wally Wilson is a Senior Subject Matter Expert specializing in Materials Management with Life Cycle Engineering. He has over twenty-five years experience in plant management with three fortune 500 corporations. Wally is a member of the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP) and the American Production & Inventory Control Society (APICS). As a member of these organizations, Wally is recognized as a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) with SMRP and a Certified Production & Inventory Management (CPIM) professional with APICS. Wally has used his extensive business skills and ability to lead people to implement Best Practice methodology in Materials Management for both domestic and international clients. The results have been multi-million dollar savings for LCE clients through lean inventory management practices and Supply Chain optimization.
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