Leah Mawer, Human Capital Manager, Agropur
“Our Lead Hands are really starting to lead now. It’s not just about getting a dollar an hour more, it’s about taking charge and being a leader, showing the example. The training was relatable to the participants. It gave them tools they could quickly and easily use with their teams, even before the training was done.
Our Lead Hands became self-aware and self-reflective in ways they had not been before. This helped them acknowledge their strengths and identify areas for growth. They started making positive changes right away. Of course this will take practice, since it is like learning to use a new muscle, but now they have a good foundation.
Where we really saw growth was in safety attitudes. Lead Hands see their role in the company’s safety and how their actions influence others.”
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