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Foster Engagement. Verify Compliance.

Alchemy Coach is a powerful mobile app that helps manufacturing supervisors by providing pre-set training observations and corrective action blueprints. Utilize Alchemy Coach to strengthen supervisor/employee relationships and ensure correct, consistent behaviors across all lines, shifts, and locations.


Observe — and Correct — Behavior in Real Time

Alchemy Coach improves training for compliance with successful training effectiveness methods, such as on-the-floor observations that foster positive reinforcement. Supervisors can use Alchemy’s pre-built training observations for coaching on safety, GMPs, and SOPs, and for measuring training effectiveness. Or your organization may create its own site-specific employee observations.

Observe - Correct Behavior

Develop Stronger Supervisors

Set up your manufacturing supervisors for success. Not every team leader feels comfortable with one-on-one communication — especially when correcting behaviors. Alchemy Coach provides on the job training templates, which can be extra helpful for newer leaders. Coach builds confidence in supervisors that funnels down to the entire team.


Foster Supervisor/Employee Engagement

Studies show workers who feel valued are more likely to remain in their jobs. Alchemy Coach’s structured training observations foster dialogue between employees and supervisors that improve training effectiveness, employee performance, and retention.

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Get All Your Supervisors on the Same Page

Your supervisors are the link between management and frontline workers. Use Coach to deliver consistent post-training reinforcement to ensure all employees follow safety and operations procedures on the job across every shift, department, and plant.

James Hatch

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