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Jeremiah Sinks

Jeremiah Sinks

Senior Services Manager, Leadership Development

317-275-6810

765-414-7867

jsinks@purdue.edu

Responsibilities:

Jeremiah provides leadership training and consulting services including Employee Attraction & Retention focused services. He is directly involved in the development and implementation of the Leadership Development offerings. In addition, he provides Lean, Quality and OSHA training in public workshops as well as onsite at manufacturing locations across Indiana and is utilized as a keynote speaker for multiple conferences.

Background:

Jeremiah has experience in the automotive, mining, and construction industries. His background includes Continuous Improvement training and implementation, Quality System Development, Project & Contractor Management, and Senior Management Development for daily operations and culture building; including the managerial functions of Human Resources, Operations Plant Management, Purchasing, Maintenance & Reliability, Training, and EHS. He has written two books – “The Field Does Not Come to the Farmer: Leading Gen Y & Z” and “The Field Does Not Come to the Farmer: Great Management Leadership”.

Skills & Expertise:

  • Employee Attraction & Retention
  • Leadership Development
  • LSSBB (Lean Six Sigma Black Belt)
  • Lean Implementer
  • IATF/ISO QLA (Quality Lead Auditor)
  • OSHA Authorized Trainer for General Industry
  • MSHA Authorized Trainer
  • Operations Management
  • International Quality & Supply Chain Management
  • Purchasing Management
  • Health & Safety Management
  • Continuous Improvement Management
  • Contractor Management

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