The Builders Group (TBG) has created a state-of-the-art classroom and hands-on demonstration training center, located at the our headquarters in Eagan, Minnesota. Here, our members can conduct customized safety training and education programs designed to help increase employee safety awareness and hazard recognition.
TBG Loss Control will help you tailor these training sessions to add to the effectiveness of your existing training by focusing on your company’s specific operational and company needs. We focus on practical and hands-on training, and our training center enables us to take our sessions from the classroom setting to a field simulation in a moment’s time. We also have a large selection of safety equipment and products available for trainees to view and evaluate for practicality.
Some of our training sessions are offered exclusively at the TBG classroom, but many of them can also be on site at your office, shop, job site, or other specializes location. Please view our calendar of upcoming safety seminars.
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Two-part supervisor training: TRANSITIONING FROM “BUDDY TO BOSS” SESSION 2 OF 2
March 15 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
This is a two-part supervisor training course – attendance is required for both sessions. Session 1 was February 14, 2023. Thanks to the TBG Safety Service Association, these training courses are free to attend. However, if both sessions are not attended by the same registrant, a $50 fee will be charged.
This Leadership Series will focus on the challenges supervisors face in construction related industries, and is designed to help you become a more effective leader. Regardless if you are new to the supervisor position, have overseen employees for decades, manage one employee or many dozens; participants will gain valuable knowledge and takeaway key action items surrounding the following topics.
Session 2: Wednesday, March 15, 8 a.m. to noon at TBG (2919 Eagandale Blvd, Eagan, MN 55121)
1. Learn to identify your leadership style.
2. Understand the leadership styles of others.
3. Utilize other leadership styles when communicating with coworkers for maximum effectiveness.
4. Go from buddy to boss.
5. Building your team.
6. Incorporating safety.
7. Communication styles.
8. Case Studies (FSL Scenarios).