ALS Global USA Management Team engaged in a one day leadership program with Breakthrough Training™ to maximize leadership skills to achieve organizational goals. Managers and supervisors from all departments participated in the program to strengthen employee engagement and to facilitated effective communication between departments. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are practiced to learn how to best overcome challenges in the workplace environment. An emphasis was given to project management and how to work collaboratively with different personalities. Participants also learned best practices to improve employee engagement through effective feedback and appreciation to enhance personal initiative and company morale
Meet the facilitator Jeff Benjamin of Breakthrough Training
ALS Global is internationally recognized as the global leader in providing geochemical sample preparation, analytical procedures and data management solutions tailored to meet the needs of exploration geologists, miners, mineral processing engineers, and metallurgists.
Breakthrough Training offers employee development training in Reno.
Meet the facilitator Jeff Benjamin of Breakthrough Training.
Breakthrough Training offers leadership for managers and supervisors.
Breakthrough also provides a 2 Day Leadership course in Reno available to the general public that allows companies to send key staff members for employee development.
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