LEADERSHIP FOR ENGINEERS
Objective: Customized leadership development
This workshop maybe taught in four or eight hours
Today’s work environment has forced people to wear multiple hats, some fit better than others because of our natural personality, education or background. Engineers possess many valuable qualities, but are seldom provided the management training required to be a strong leader. Ed O. Bridgman is a unique individual with an Electrical Engineering background and a Master’s degree in Business combined with a passion for working with people to reach their maximum potential. He has developed this workshop to speak the “Engineer’s” language while introducing valuable managerial concepts. Providing insight into the personal and professional responsibility for self-management extended to managing others.
Participants are provided a workbook.
Recognizing the differences between effective leadership and managing skills
Adapt participant’s leadership style to fit any situation
Workforce diversity is good, when dealt with correctly
Motivate and transform employees by encouraging risk, responsibility, and accountability
Discover the three areas of 100% responsibility
Identify leadership individual strengths and weaknesses
Create an individual leadership plan that will serve as a foundation for participants’ day-to-day leadership and management activities
Seminar consists of:
Small and large group discussions
Role playing by facilitator and every participant
Increase willingness to take personal responsibility for participant’s own choices
Fewer complaints by engineers and the employees that report to them
Improved leadership effectiveness
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Ed O. Bridgman MBA, PMP
Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt
10550 Pioneer Rd.
Theodore, AL 36582
251-367-2409 (secondary #)