Middle Managers will Make or Break Your Culture
Admit it. You've promoted someone to middle management because they are good at a task, work hard, show up on time, and are loyal to the company. It seems like the natural progression to promote an employee from within to lead hand or frontline supervisor. But have you evaluated and cultivated their management, leadership, and communication skills before dropping them into the role? If you haven't, you might just make or break the culture of your workforce. The middle manager may arguably play the most critical role in communicating and executing your safety, operations, community relations and company mission and message to employees in the field, customers and the public. It's time to invest in them. This session will allow you to discuss this topic with your peers in a round table learning environment and then present experiences, recommendations and creative plans to develop these critical employees.
People, Plants and Paving Conference