This webinar focuses on ideas for improving the performance of individuals who work in industrial settings.
This webinar discusses the “hidden leadership” opportunities that are woven into everyday roles, how to recognize these opportunities and take advantage of them.
This presentation focuses on the critical components of a truly sustainable operation . . . safety, environment, energy, capital management, and asset productivity.
Have you ever examined another person's solution to a problem and found yourself frustrated and asking yourself "What were they thinking?" when you realize that the person's actions actually compounded the problem rather than solving it. In this webinar, the presenters will first define the problem and then discuss why critical thinking skills are so important in the workforce.
Teamwork can be challenging, especially when a project involves people in multiple locations or time zones, and of various cultural backgrounds. This webinar lays the groundwork for practicing effective global teamwork when working across cultures and/or distances.
This webinar provides guidelines for operating successfully in different cultural settings, with an emphasis on project management.
This session explores and integrates both organizational and individual aspects of change and transition. It will be of interest to those seeking to progress in their career regardless of discipline or position in an organization.
Effective communication leadership skills are necessary to lead a voluntary organization. True leadership is interrelated to management skills and applicable in voluntary organization as well as other type of business organizations.
Effective leadership styles must be varied depending on the situation and perspective of those involved.
Leadership during true acute emergency situations (fires, explosions, chemical releases, and natural disasters) goes far beyond the immediate Incident Command structure.
The founding fathers demonstrated important leadership lesions during the development of the United States in the late 1700’s that should not be forgotten.
Leadership in Chemical Innovation.
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Q&A session hosted by Paul Fanning