This is a 4- part virtual training series for DPW Foremen/ Supervisors.
Presenter: Rockie Blunt, Blunt Consulting
Rockie Blunt, EdD, president of Blunt Consulting Group, has built a reputation as a dynamic presenter and skillful facilitator. The cornerstone of his approach is establishing a comfortable, supportive atmosphere in which his clients develop self-confidence and enhance their capacity to learn. Rockie's approach is summed up this way: “I don't teach people. I help them learn.”
He has a bachelor's degree from Yale University, a master’s from Clark University, and a doctorate in Human Resource Education from Boston University.
Topics Covered include:
Transitioning to a Supervisory Position
Establishing Roles and Responsibilities
Supervisory Communication Skills
Dealing with Challenging Employees
Who should attend: Anyone transitioning to a foreman or supervisor position. Foremen or Supervisors who are responsible for the day-to-day management of field operations.
Whether you are a first-time supervisor or foreman or preparing yourself for a promotion later in your career, this four-session training program will help you sharpen your leadership skills and bolster your confidence as you go forward with your current and future responsibilities.
This program covers the major elements of a foreman’s responsibilities in working with a crew, and is designed to enhance participants’ professionalism and confidence. Discussions will focus on the communication and interpersonal skills required for success on the job.
Contact your Risk Management Representative to discuss requests for specific programming