Houston, Texas, USA
Basic supervisory skills can be learned in any management course. But only Marshall Institute will give you the ability to apply supervisory skills to lead a well oiled maintenance team. This course is the product of 40 years of Marshall Institute’s experience in industry. Through group discussion, exercises and instructor guidance you will learn how to be a better supervisor and a great leader.
Many supervisors are thrust into positions of leadership without the proper soft-skills training, awareness of their roles and responsibilities and guidance on how to deal with no longer being “one of the team”. All that you need to learn about maintenance supervision is packed into this valuable seminar. Your path begins weeks before the actual seminar with a supervisory self-evaluation that helps identify your focus areas for the training and the basis of your personal improvement plan.
You will leave this value packed 3 day seminar knowing the skills you are going to develop and how you are going to develop them.
Marshall Institute is an asset management consulting and training company dedicated to helping companies improve the maintenance contribution to their organizational performance. For 40 years, Marshall Institute has provided world-class consulting and training services, led by experienced, knowledgeable consultants and training professionals producing tangible, measurable results for our clients.
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