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NW Foreman Training Program

ABC Arkansas, and training partner FMI, will be providing a two-day professional development course for Superintendent/Field Leadership on March 28th & 29th in Bentonville! Training will focus particularly in the areas of productivity, time management, effective communication & negotiations all with the aim of driving world class leadership.

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RSVP to: megan@abcark.org or call 501.812.0828 by March 14, 2018.



Event Details
Wednesday & Thursday, March 28-29, 2018

8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Northwest Arkansas Community College
Peterson Auditorium

Located in the Shewmaker Center for Global Business Development
900 SE Eagle Way
Bentonville, AR 72712

Instructor:
Gregg M. Schoppman, Principal
FMI Corporation

Cost:
$450 Member
$675 Non-Member

Course materials & lunch included with registration.



Day 1:
Productivity and Time Management
  • Defining the tools for world class productivity
  • Identification of the barriers to productivity within an organization
  • Understand how to manage time more efficiently
  • Examine the "clutter" that affects true time management
  • Understand the value of DELEGATION as a leader and how it relates to being a superior time manager
  • Exercise - "Pipeworks" - An illustration of productivity 

Day 2:
Leadership and Management
  • Examination of the traits of great leaders and great managers
  • Define the elements of POC (Management) and SAM (Leadership)
  • Action plan - the steps needed for channeling one's own leadership identity
  • Understand the value of communication and negotiation
  • Examine the different generations - particularly the millennials - and capture their hearts and minds
  • Exercise - "The Frame" - An illustration of project leadership


Cancellation Policy
(Effective July 1, 2015)
Reservations not cancelled 72 hours prior to event constitute a financial commitment.




Our mission in offering this type of training is simple: Provide a world-class training and educational forum for our ABC members, with the aim of providing practical and pertinent business skills and ultimately developing future field leaders in our member firms!

Why is this type of training important today?
-The construction firm of tomorrow may look dramatically different than today
  • What will future innovations bring to the industry that will "disrupt" the business?
  • As the face of the workforce changes, what will be required to lead businesses?
-Availability of desired skill-sets in the industry
  • What is lacking in the "construction manager of today?"
  • If you can't hire them, then you will need to develop them and the right business sense
-War for talented "business managers" is on!
  • Why would qualified project managers and field managers choose to stay with you?
  • Have your "most important assets" experienced "deferred maintenance" during and after the recession
  • Being a great builder is not enough
Why is the topic relevant to you?
  • I need to develop Field Managers to help run the company, starting at the project level
  • My people are asking for it
  • We have increased volume but we are concerned about how to manage that work effectively
  • Soft skills are a key component of our team's growth