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Mark Breslin is an author, speaker, CEO and influencer at the highest levels of business in North America. He has spent decades advising CEOs and senior leaders in business, government, labor and nonprofit arenas. Influencing groups from 50 to 5,000 at a time, Mark drives home the lessons needed for positive change that create profound results in the workplace.
Based on his book Alpha Dog: Leading Managing and Motivating in the Construction Industry this leadership-training program provides concrete lessons for construction professionals who want to improve team and individual performance.
The training program is designed to make an immediate impact with those involved in field operations. The curriculum touches on all leadership levels, provides a strategic look at the “homegrown nature” of leadership development. It includes specific recommendations on how to build a new leadership culture in a company or organization of any size. Former participants include project managers, project engineers, foremen, superintendents and other managers.
Lesson plans include the following:
- Alpha leadership skills and characteristics
- Examine and challenge your mindset as leader
- Improve communication strategy and practices
- Ways to encourage positive change with your team
- How to use influence to enhance performance
- How to better motivate others
- How to make better, faster and smarter decisions
- How to delegate for best results
- How to be or find a mentor
- And much more!
The Alpha Leadership workshop is based on real-world experiences, life changing and powerful in its relevance for construction professionals to adopt new leadership methods and behaviors.
The training program’s curriculum includes a useful Action Plan on how leaders can tackle these challenges immediately head on, and leverage them into higher team and individual performance.
BTEA and MCAP are pleased to announce that Nic Bittle will be conducting an extended seminar for supervisors and foremen of our contributing contractors.
In A Foreman’s Field Guide to Developing Your Workforce, Nic will walk your foremen and supervisors through how to develop their team for long-term success. As natural mentors on the jobsite it is up to the Foremen and Supervisors to develop their crew to be the next leaders of the industry.
In this program your Supervisor/Foreman will learn:
- The 4 Core Competencies lacking in most of the workforce entering the industry today.
- How to develop those competencies within your team while on the job.
- How to develop each team member so that everyone communicates on a higher level.
- The tips, tricks, tactics, and techniques a foreman and/or supervisor must master to effectively lead in today’s market.
Join hundreds of employers and thousands of union members for an industry-wide stand down to raise awareness about substance abuse and recovery.
In Massachusetts, 150 out of every 100,000 construction workers die an opioid-related death. Construction workers are 6x more likely to suffer an opioid-related death than all other workers.
Join our members, sponsors, and supporters as we conduct a 150 second (2.5 minute) stand down at 11:30 AM on Friday May 3rd, 2019. We ask that everyone pause work and observe a moment of silence as we reflect about the ongoing opioid epidemic and raise awareness for those struggling with addiction or in recovery.
Join BTEA for a reception to help close out Building Trades Recovery Week. Featuring a distinguished group of speakers as they discuss various initiatives both locally and nationally that they are using to address substance abuse issues.
- Congressman Stephen F. Lynch – U.S. House of Representatives
- John McGahan – The Gavin Foundation
- Jim Wahlberg – Mark Wahlberg’s Youth Foundation and Wahl St. Productions
- Timothy Irving – OSHA/USDOL
A highlight of the Building Trades Recovery Week, the Peer to Peer Panel will explore some of the best practices in providing support for recovery for those in the building trades.