Construction consulting company FMI Corp. is presenting a program to help senior managers improve their firm’s profits.
“Executive Program for Senior Managers” will take place Oct. 17-18 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare In Rosemont, Ill. Hank Harris, president and managing director of FMI, and Chip Andrews, FMI chairman, will present the program.
The program is aimed at construction’s highest-level managers, including CEOs, presidents and vice presidents.
“Investing in executive development is empowering and can reap many rewards,” Harris said. “Senior mangers will gain vast insight, and be better able to improve their contributions to their organizations and really see a difference in terms of reaching goals, taking advantages of emerging opportunities and ultimately, profits.”
Attendees should return to home to create better workplaces, added Andrews.
“The managers will learn new ways of thinking about leadership, strategy and general management,” he said. “This will only bring benefits-not only to the managers, but to all the employees.”
For more information about the program, contact Candace Robertson at (919) 785-9359 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FMI announces senior-management program
September 27, 2007