Associated Builders and Contractors - NH/VT - Event Information
Future Leaders in Construction (FLiC) - NH & VT Program
NEW START DATE
Tuesdays Topics October 15, 8:00 am - 2:00pm Orientation to FLiC | DISC | ROI
November 12, 8:00 am - noon Effective Communication | Listening
December 3, 8:00 am - noon Managing Conflict
January 14, 8:00 am - noon Giving & Receiving Effective Feedback
February 4, 8:00 am -noon Managing Up, Down and All Around
March 3, 8:00 am - noon Motivation and Coaching
April 7, 8:00am - noon Leading the Different Generations
May 5, 8:00 am - 2:00 pm Your Action Plan | ROI Presentations
Consistent themes addressed throughout the program include:
Leading and Managing—Everyone Can Be a Leader
Understanding Yourself to Better Understand Others (DISC)
Staying Positive During Good Times and Bad
Improving Communication and Listening Skills
Multiple Generations in Today’s Workforce
Appreciating Team Dynamics
7 Habits Workbook
No Complaining Rule
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
The Power of Positive Leadership
Knowledge Builders and Toolbox Tips: Participants will accumulate, research and share a variety of resources including assessments, TedTalks, articles and videos that they can bring back to the field or the office. Collected information will be saved on a USB drive for each participant and provided at graduation.
Guest Leaders: Industry leaders are invited to the opening class to have a conversation with participants on their leadership journey and FLiC experiences. North Branch, EnviroVantage, Metro Walls, Methuen and Multi-Weld are a few of the companies whose leaders have joined us.
Return-on-Investment (ROI) Project: The program helps participants develop and pursue an ROI project that directly applies the skills they are working on real-time as the program proceeds.
Relationship Building: This class, as in the industry, is about relationships. These are built through discussions and exercises with classmates, guest leaders, and alumni. Create important relationships that can last a lifetime.
One-on-One Coaching: Short sessions are available for participants upon request to focus on specific concerns or challenges with applying lessons and/or their ROI project.
$965 per ABC NH/VT Member
$1450 per Non-Member
Returning Graduate: $700
Includes all books, materials, and lunch first and last class
Who is this program for?
We have a proven history: since 2007, 329 people have graduated. Whether in the field or in the office; from emerging leaders to seasoned professionals, FLiC is designed for anyone who wants to make a positive impact at work and in life. The shared experiences among participants from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences is one of the features that makes this program unique and impactful.
Carpenters and VP’s share ideas on conflict resolution.
Estimators and foremen provide each other with guidance on their ROI projects.
Technicians brainstorm listening skills with HR professionals.
Millennials and Baby Boomers enlighten one another.
Who are your Facilators?
FLiC was originally designed by industry professionals and facilitated by consultants. We continue this tried and true tradition to ensure an engaging, informative and impactful program. Dr. Susan Losapio brings 25 years of leadership and organizational consultant experience, and a great sense of humor, to the program. ABC NH/VT’s own Director of Education and Workforce Development, Jennifer Landon, co-facilitates the class. She combines her construction industry perspective with 20+ years experience in education, career planning, and workforce development to design a program that meets our industry’s leadership demands.
Expectations of Participants
Participants are expected to read all material and complete assignments by their due dates.
Participants are expected to participate in class and share experiences so others may learn from them.
Participants are expected to develop and work on an approved ROI project leveraging concepts and skills covered in the course.
Participants are expected to attend all classes-anyone missing more than two classes is not eligible to graduate and will be given the option to register for the program the following year. (Registration fees may apply.)