At the PEME awards evening, the High Performance Leadership award was presented to Wayne Pheasey, our Business Improvement Manager, by PEME Managing Director, Ashley Maile. This award recognises an individual who has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in delivering results.
The PEME Board-of-Directors consider the work done by colleagues across the business and selects a winner that is inspiring about PEME’s work and future through setting direction, valuing professionalism and embracing innovation. They should also be confident in engaging others, communicating clearly and collaborating successfully whilst empowering through openness and helping others fulfil their potential.
Wayne is shown receiving his award from Ashley, who said during his presentation “Wayne’s ability to deliver against our business strategy and drive our business improvement activities is exceptional.” In response, Wayne said “I feel very honoured to receive this award but I’m not surprised I got it. I fully expect to win it again next year.”
Wayne joined PEME in 2011 and has been heavily involved in working with our Reliability Improvement Department to establish a pragmatic Asset Care Strategy and processes that PEME can implement on behalf of our client’s to obtain Productivity Improvement. He has successfully programme managed in excess of thirty Maintenance Improvement projects for a range of clients across several sectors. More recently he has been responsible for our Business Improvement activity and spends much of his time engaged with our client base and potential new clients to gain an understanding of the problems they are suffering that we can help to resolve.
Before joining PEME, Wayne worked for a leading engineering consultancy as a Reliability Improvement Subject-Matter-Expert completing short duration, high intensity, value-add projects and delivering technical training workshops. One such project, on behalf of the UK MoD, involved creating a through-life maintenance strategy for the UK Chinook helicopter fleet and identifying availability improvement opportunities through the optimisation of existing maintenance schedules.