Most supervisors are promoted into their roles from within an organization based on technical skills as an individual contributor. While the transition carries with it an increase in responsibilities it also conveys authority relative to position or title. Unfortunately, the skills leading to success as an individual have little to no correlation to those required for success in a position of authority as a supervisor. Getting results through others isn't a function limited to authority.
Program will be certified for 1.25 SHRM and HRCI credits.
Joe White is program director for AEU LEAD®, a management consulting and developmental training organization, providing services to industrial, transportation, construction, and service-oriented businesses. Focusing on the specific needs of mid-level managers, Joe specializes in helping clients with the selection, integration, and support of front-line managers. In his role, Joe helps prepare foremen, supervisors, and lead personnel for the people-related responsibilities they have and for the challenges routinely faced in these positions. Joe has a combined total of 28 years of experience in operations and consulting. He is a published author and has spoken at numerous industry conferences including the National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expos, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA).
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Registration: 11:30 am
Introduction & Table Discussions: 12:00 pm
Program Begins: 12:15 pm
Program Concludes: 1:30 pm
Sheraton City Centre
31 W Ohio Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
A $5 early bird discount is applied up to one week before the event