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Norb Slowikowski: 
Are You a Project Manager or a Project Witness?
Level 1: September 7, 2016
Level 2: November 9, 2016

NEW 9/8/16: Per Norb, we can open up a handful of spots at the November 9th Level 2 class. Contact Tavia at the Chapter office for details. 

Where: Indianapolis Electrical JATC, 1751 S. Lawndale Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46241

Level 1: Wednesday, September 7, 2016 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Registration Deadline: August 17

Managers take action in every step of the management process. Witnesses do the bare minimum without any sense of innovation or creativity. This seminar will equip Project Managers with the foundation of management expertise they need to efficiently direct the entire project cycle. The program is designed to uncover real “productivity potential” by teaching process improvement along with management and leadership techniques. Norb will instruct participants how to stop getting by and start getting results. The seminar is divided into two main parts – an overview of the framework of Project Management, and a thorough discussion of job controls for each phase of the construction process, from the job start-up phase, job preparation and planning, job management, through to job close-out. Norb will cover such items as reviewing the job schedule, the GC’s schedule, meetings with GCs, job-specific safety plans, job cost management and all of the associated forms and paperwork, and much more.

Level 2: Wednesday, November 9th, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Registration Deadline: October 19

It’s time to take a graduate-level “deep dive” into what it really takes to manage the job. Through use of the Situational Leadership Assessment, time management profile, case studies and other interactive instruments, participants get to the heart of what it means to effectively manage the job. Points of focus include establishing a win/win relationship with the general contractor, managing the project – including emphasis on time management, problem solving and decision making, effective communication and managing conflict, the art of negotiating, and coaching for improved work performance.

Fee for Each Class: One person from each member firm may attend free of charge.

Additional persons: $60/person (Central Indiana NECA member price)

$90/person (non-member price)

Lunch will be provided. Both courses will be limited to 40 students, so register early.


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