Certified Reliability Leader Black Belts

One of my favorite #IMC2021 35th International Maintenance Conference activities is awarding the Certified Reliability Leader [CRL] Black Belt to acknowledge Reliability Leaders who have documented and validated significant project deliveries in the areas of Reliability Engineering for Maintenance, Asset Condition Management, Work Execution Management, Leadership, and Asset Management.

Certified Reliability Leader Black Belts at IMC-2021 reliabilityweb.com

The CRL Black Belt program moves Reliability Leadership from the domain of Knowing to the domains of Being and Doing. Remember practice makes perfect and Uptime Elements Domain Mastery Belts are the best way to get a cadence of career making, HR documented and validated accomplishments.

Knowing Being Doing Reliability Leadership

Reliability Leadership Institute members often use Uptime Element Domain Master Belt projects to ensure ongoing access to competency-based learning, community of practices participation, training, cohorts, conference participation, meetings, roundtables, continuous improvement sessions.

Career advancement and acknowledgement is important

Congratulations Reynaldo Marquez CRL-BB. You are a true Reliability Leader working in tough environments! If it were easy, everyone would be doing it! We see a bright future for your organization based on the positive Doe Run team energy and participation we experienced at the International Maintenance Conference.

Congratulation Jim Carrell, CRL-BB. You have showed up with so many contributions to the Reliabilityweb.com community and your advice and council at Reliabilityweb.com is highly-prized as we navigate a future that was not going to happen anyway. You are a Reliability Leader who gets way in front of the drift. Your participation, coaching, and practices are the fuel that activates Uptime Elements and Reliability Leadership in the world.

Congratulations Valerie Kobialka, CRL-BB – You lean into Reliability challenges and you do it in the context of advancing the team toward their objectives. Your journey to earning five Uptime Elements domain mastery belts leading to this CRL Black Belt is an enduring lesson of contribution from a place of Reliability Leadership.

The Reliabilityweb.com community at IMC-2021 were enthusiastic and proud to acknowledge existing CRL Black Belts in attendance at Marco Island including Joe Anderson, Bill Hollman, Kenneth Hunt, George Williams. Maura Abad far left and Terrence O'Hanlon far right.

We invite you you to consider advancing your journey from knowledge to the doing domain and being domain to create a new future that was not going to happen anyway!

Congratulations to all CRL Black Belts for working to create safe, sustainable and successful workplaces. Your success is important for everyone, especially to the Reliabilityweb.com team.

Find me, Terrence O'Hanlon at LinkedIn if you are interested in finding a CRL Coach for your Uptime Elements Domain Mastery Projects

Terrence O'Hanlon

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