Just think, what would be possible if we could identify, train, and promote our top talent into $6-million-dollar supervisors?
Many of sheet metal industry executives and managers will be retiring in the near future. What steps are you taking to replace your talent in those critical positions? Are you hoping and praying that it all just works out and the right people rise to the top? Or would you like to change the way you identify future leaders and change how you look at your current leaders?
In Nic Bittle’s session, “Six-million-dollar foreman: How smart contractors identify, train, and promote their top talent,” during SMACNA’s 74th Annual Convention, Monday, Oct. 23, in Maui, he will engage the audience and together build the “bionic” $6 million supervisor—wordplay on the 1970s TV show, “The Six-Million Dollar Man.”
What skills, qualities and characteristics will people need to lead with impact, have more of a greater degree of influence with those they serve, and perform at their best on a daily basis? Think about the possibilities if we could just identify, train, and promote our top talent into $6 million supervisors.
As the founder of Work Force Pro, Nic Bittle works with contractors who want to prepare their workforce to lead with impact, act like pros, and perform at their best every day.
There’s still time to sign up for SMACNA’s 74th Annual Convention at the Grand Wailea and Wailea Beach Resort-Marriott Maui on Oct. 22-25. Register today on SMACNA’s Annual Convention webpage.