Register for Nov. 15 PMI Aspiring Leaders Program at PMI21

Who exactly is an aspiring leader? You are – as is any high-potential professional seeking opportunities to learn and develop leadership skills. PMI developed its Aspiring Leaders Program with both budding and experienced plumbing manufacturing professionals in mind. Our program will help you gain a greater awareness of how your leadership skills can impact your organization and your professional advancement potential.

On Nov. 15, 2021, the program will take place on the first day of the PMI21 Manufacturing Success Conference in San Diego. Aboard the USS Midway Museum in San Diego, you can participate in "Locked on Leadership: The Secret to Self-Directed Teams" – a program to be facilitated by former naval officer Dave Rosenberg. Calling upon his military leadership training and experience running four successful companies, he will walk participants through a disciplined approach to attract the best job candidates, retain top talent, and create successful, self-directed teams.

Rosenberg will discuss tactics and solutions to some of the many leadership challenges that crop up: dealing with co-workers who just go through the motions; handling unmotivated team members who need to learn new skills; and avoiding some of the pitfalls of becoming a new leader, such as micro-managing team members. In addition, USS Midway Museum docent and retired Navy captain Steve Andres will provide a presentation about the history of the battleship geared toward the PMI Aspiring Leaders Program participants.

The third annual PMI Aspiring Leaders Program, "Locked on Leadership: The Secret to Self-Directed Teams" also will provide you with the opportunity to network with other plumbing manufacturing industry leaders, particularly if you decide to register for the PMI21 Manufacturing Success Conference as well.

Share this information with colleagues who may be interested, and register today!

To learn more, contact PMI Association Manager Jodi Stuhrberg at jstuhrberg@safeplumbing.org, 847-481-5500 ext. 107.