Save the Date – The Five Minute Foreman Leader Workshop
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 Export to Your Calendar 1/31/2018
When: Wednesday, January 31, 2018
8:00 am – Noon
Where: Ewald Conference Center
1000 Westgate Drive
St Paul, MN  55114
United States


Online registration is available until: 1/31/2018
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Based on the book, “The Five Minute Foreman; Mastering the People Side of Construction,” this training program provides concrete lessons for field leader improvement. Designed in a manner to make an immediate impact on field operations, the training program covers lesson plans that tell leaders exactly what to do and say to get better results from their crews, and on their projects. It also is about getting foreman to understand, and accept, the role of manager and professional in representing their company and industry. Key lesson plans and action steps for improved performance include:
  • Effective Communication for Loyalty and Results
  • How to Motivate with Positive Reinforcement
  • Improving Safety Practices and Employee Mindset
  • How to Improve Quality and Reduce Rework
  • Goal Setting for Higher Production
  • Promoting Positive Change
  • How to Maximize Teamwork and Accountability, and much more

Cost

$225 Member
$450 Non-Members

This is a “Members First” event. Non-members stay tuned for sale details.

Training Credits – if you are a member and would like to attend this event using your free training credits, please contact Rachel Dicks at racheld@muca.org or call 651-290-6297. You can also register using the 2018 PDF registration form.

Who Should Attend

This program is for lead men, foremen, superintendents and other field leaders or managers, and includes a take home Action Plan for each participant.

Speaker 

Mark Breslin

Mark Breslin is an author, speaker, CEO and influencer at the highest levels of business in North America. He has spent decades advising CEOs and senior leaders in business, government, labor and nonprofit arenas in both the U.S. and Canada. As a top rated public speaker and strategist he has spoken live to more than 300,000 people. His five bestselling books have sold hundreds of thousands of copies and have improved leadership, accountability, profitability, innovation and engagement for organizations and individuals.

Influencing groups from 50 to 5,000 at a time, Mark drives home the lessons needed for positive change that create profound results in the workplace. Noted in the New York Times, major trade magazines and frequently interviewed by media outlets focusing on business, his imprint and influence have been widely recognized.

He has served for three decades as CEO of one of the largest trade associations of its type in the United States. He was educated at San Francisco State University in Industrial Design and has taught at both Sonoma State and Golden Gate Universities in California.