Collaborative Leadership Training: Building Jobsite Leaders

file1-2River City Construction takes pride in making sure their employees are “on top of their game” by keeping up to date with training.

Congratulations Brad Klisares, Josh Miller, Kevin Knapp, Jacob Ellington, Shane Garrett, Dave Staggs, Matt Maybanks and Cody Gerdes for completing the UBC Collaborative Leadership: Building Jobsite Leaders Training.

The Collaborative Leadership Training: Building Jobsite Leaders is a three-day program open to all supervisory personnel employed by contractors, both in the office and on the jobsite: foremen, general foremen, safety managers, project managers, estimators, superintendents and owners. The program is designed to give jobsite supervisors the tools necessary to improve the overall jobsite, taking it from good to great. Collaborative Leadership focuses on four key areas:

1. Entrepreneurship: Demonstrating how an individual at any level can create a strong personal brand that makes them essential and offers strategies to use personal power to create collaborative relationships.
2. Leadership as a response: Engages jobsite leaders to better their leadership responses through commitment and involvement.
3. Culture of collaboration: Encouraging workers to engage each other, make decisions together, improve processes and product together, and to create a sense of commitment and ownership for all.
4. Communication Skills for Leaders: Strengthens communications skills and creates an external awareness that turns good communicators into great ones.

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