Personnel management and increased efficiency

Seminar for foremen

Demands at the middle management level are high. This area requires that responsible personnel not only have technical expertise, but also a combination of entrepreneurial thinking and social responsibility. The seminar clearly presents the strategies companies can use when facing external market influences in order to secure a competitive advantage and increase efficiency. It also shows the participants how to effectively lead their employees as supervisors, how to motivate them and how to successfully implement changes. Due consideration is given to maintaining the high degree of flexibility necessary in manufacturing.

This seminar gives you the foundation for the decisions and activities you need to more effectively and productively structure the processes in your organization. You will learn ways to increase your company's efficiency and competitiveness. You will also learn how to successfully and sustainably implement changes and the role played by employees in this process.

The seminar was very good. We came away with many new insights.

Matthias Weible, Pfletschinger & Gauch Betriebs-GmbH

Case studies of customer-to-customer relations and from single-part manufacturing clearly show how the various factors work in practice.
You can immediately apply this knowledge in your own organization after the seminar. You will be better able to recognize economic and organizational relationships, make the right personnel decisions and apply appropriate practices.

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