This program is designed for new, experienced, or aspiring Foreman, General Foreman, Superintendents or other Field Leaders or Managers. The participant should be a skilled Journeyman or Advanced Apprentice.
This seven seminar series is designed to equip foremen with essential leadership and supervisory skills needed to excel in their roles. Over the course of this series, foremen will explore a diverse range of topics, including Servant Leadership, Accounting and Cost Controls, DISC Personality Assessment, Correspondence Dos and Don'ts, Leveraging Generations in the Workforce, Project Management, and Situational Leadership. Each seminar offers valuable insights and practical knowledge to equip foremen with the tools they need to excel in their roles, effectively lead teams, and make impactful contributions to their organizations.
Each seminar explores key areas, including team management, communication, problem-solving, project coordination, and effective decision-making. Through a combination of interactive workshops, expert-led discussions, and real-world case studies, participants will gain the knowledge and confidence required to lead their teams efficiently, ensure project success, and foster a culture of safety and excellence. This series is an indispensable resource for field foremen aspiring to reach the pinnacle of their careers in the mechanical contracting field.
This program consists of 7, four-hour weekly seminars.
1-25-2024 Servant Leadership
- Eric Herdman
2-1-2024 Accounting and Cost Controls
- Blake Wentz
2-15-2024 Taking Flight with DISC Communication Profiles
- Lisa Austin
2-22-2024 Correspondence Dos & Don'ts (2 hr) and Managing Different Generations (2 hr)
- Blake Wentz
2-29-2024 Project Management - Foreman's Role
- Chris Champagne
3-7-2024 Situational Leadership - Gary Polain