RALEIGH, N.C. - Who will run your construction company when you're gone? What are you doing to prepare your emerging managers to become your successors to manage and lead your company into the future?
During tough times, many companies focus their efforts on short-term survival and leadership development often finds itself on the back burner. In good times, leadership development is important. In bad times, it is imperative. In order to be prepared when the economy recovers, a company must look to the future and develop tomorrow's leaders today.
FMI's Emerging Managers Institute has been one of its most-successful, interactive programs for more than 25 years providing practical business-management skills to build effective leaders for the future. Even given the current economy, industry demographic trends show an inevitable shortage of competent managers to take over the next generation of construction-company manager positions.
The most successful leaders of tomorrow will have developed strong management, leadership and business skills in order to grow their company's profitability.
FMI's Emerging Managers Institute is scheduled for October 20-22, 2009; December 2-4, 2009 and March 23-25, 2010 in Raleigh, N.C.