There were 10 students from various industries including six employees from Harvest Technologies, two from IER, and one each from Bell Tech and Coleman American.
IER finance and site manager Sharon Dolgener and IER customer service manager Natalie Hinkle were two students present who found the program to be very useful and beneficial to assist management to find alternative approaches to various problems in an organization, whether they may be internal or external problems.
Pauline Hoehn, a certified facilitator for DDI, was the instructor for the course.
“This leadership course focused on how to establish good interpersonal work relationships and spark action in others; conduct effective improvement discussions; address unacceptable performance or work habits impacting others and the organization,” Hoehn said.
The BEDC Board supports local companies by investing in the skills enhancements of their workforce.
“This is the second training program designed to service Belton employers,” said Ana Borchardt, Director of Business Expansion & Retention with BEDC. “We will continue to work with our local companies to identify and offer different programs to address other training needs.”
To learn about upcoming courses offered by the BEDC, call (254)770-2270.