PMA Offers New Supervisor-Training SeriesOctober 1, 2015
Contrary to popular belief, pay is not the primary reason employees leave their jobs. The number one reason cited among job changers is the environment created by their supervisors. To retain talent, companies must focus attention on their supervisory staff. This means more than just picking the right person for the job; you must continually monitor how effective the supervisor is with his assigned team.
Knowing how to supervise does not come naturally. Often, supervisors are promoted because they have an exemplary performance record. Yet, the skills required on the factory floor differ from those needed to encourage and engage employees. These skills can be learned with support and coaching from management.
PMA, in partnership with ERC, will conduct a two-part Supervisor Training Series in Cleveland, OH. Topics include communication, conflict management, teamwork, problem-solving and coaching. The first session will be held October 20-21, 2015; session two runs December 1-2.For more information, please visit www.pma.org/meetings.
See also: Precision Metalforming Association
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