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Paul KrzykowskiPaul Krzykowski

Hi Brian,

I agree those are some of the most influencing leaders that come in contact with many employees on daily basis.
It’s also good to send people to leadership training that are not supervisors but often work closely with many people on production floor such as engineers.

I and one of my coworkers from EDCO went through leadership training recently it was hosted by UniMetal in Thomaston and the company that was leading the training was Quality of Leadership with Dr. Mike Bagley you can get in touch with him at e-mail [email protected] for any available seats for September.

Things we were able to get out of it was; we learned about our leadership approach styles, learned about four styles of leading an directing individuals, group work with folks from different companies and career levels. It was engaging and interesting two days of leadership training.