About The Course
Improving the bottom line through performance, accountability and productivity
This is a two-day course designed to give engineering/geoscience firm managers the specific tools and skills they need to manage performance and ensure their employees’ ongoing commitment to superior results. This course was designed by an engineer with an Education PhD. Case studies are relevant to engineering environments.
Correcting poor performance and performance related problems is a task most managers avoid because they don’t know how to discuss problems effectively with employees. This course addresses this dilemma, and managers emerge with a step-by-step way to give corrective feedback.
The course material can be immediately applied on-the-job. It is our aim to provide our clients with soft skills training that gets results. Managers manage better which improves the quality of work life for both employees, and their managers.
This course is not appropriate for new supervisors. It is appropriate for supervisors, operations, project and administration managers with more than 6 months experience; and senior leaders and executives.
Essential non-technical (soft) skills training for engineering and geoscience leaders.
Info & Contact
To reserve space contact Rachelle Lee, Registrar, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?Subject=Coaching for Commitment Registration.
Course Instructor: Rachelle Lee
The 2017 course cost for engineeers is $1,900.00 all inclusive:
14 Professional Development Hours credited to APEGBC & APEGGA Members
- two days of small group instruction relevant to leaders in all industries
- all course materials including a textbook entitled Coaching for Commitment
- all food (morning, two breaks, lunch each day)
Maximum enrollment is 20 participants. Seats are held on a first come, first served basis.
Coaching Skills Reinforcement
Value-added skills reinforcement is available to all course participants.
Please see Skill Reinforcement Sessions for more information.
“This was great! This was the first management course directly relevant to engineers, and it made a huge difference. The course was logically presented and there was a good balance between lectures and workshops.”
— Mark Rigolo, P.Eng., Ballard Power Systems
Partial Client List
Beginning in Spring of 1999, over 450 engineering managers (from all levels – CEO through administration managers) have taken this course.
Partial list of participating companies:
- Anderson Civil Engineering
- Aplin Martin
- Associated Engineering
- Ballard Power Systems
- BC Hydro
- Carmanah Design & Manufacturing
- Dayton & Knight
- Delcan Corp
- District of North Vancouver
- DMD Associates
- Earth Tech
- Fast & Epp
- Golder Associates
- Hedgehog Technologies
- J.M. Bean & Co.
- Kerr Wood Leidal
- Klohn Crippen Berger
- Layton Consulting
- Ledcor Industries
- ND Lea
- Northwest Hydraulic Consultants
- Piteau Associates
- Pomeroy Engineering
- Pottinger Gaherty Environmental Consultants
- Read Jones Christoffersen
- Summit Environmental
- Urban Systems
- Westmar Consultants
- Worley Parsons Canada
- Z J Solutions