The success of your supervisors is critical to the success of your company. They are the linchpin to employee engagement, performance, and retention. Yet supervisors often begin their roles with little leadership training.
Join Bonnie Curtis, Chief Human Resource Officer from Castellini, as she shares how The Alchemy of Leadership is used in her facility to teach existing, new, and emerging supervisors the people skills they need to be effective leaders.
During this webinar, we will:
- Discuss the top four reasons traditional leadership programs fail
- Share an overview of The Alchemy of Leadership solution and why it works
- Hear best practices and lessons learned from Castellini
Bonnie CurtisChief Human Resource Officer – Castellini
Bonnie has a long track record of accelerating growth for two very different companies, Procter & Gamble and Castellini. Her experience brings expertise in management, supply chain, human resources and sales. Notably, she lived in Guangzhou, China for eight years where she ran the largest P&G plant in Asia. Ms. Curtis is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a degree in Chemical Engineering. She is in a dual career marriage, has moved five times and raised four children over the course of her career. In her spare time, Bonnie has been an Instructor of Tae Kwan Do at Countryside YMCA and serves at Perfect North with the National Ski Patrol. She is now enrolled in a PhD program for Leadership and Change.
Holly MockusSenior Industry Analyst, Alchemy
With over 30 years of experience in the food industry at companies like ConAgra, Kellogg, and Sara Lee, Holly helps Alchemy Systems to create world class workforce development solutions for large, complex operations within the food industry. Holly has held positions in food safety, quality assurance, sanitation, and plant regulatory affairs. She was honored to receive the Safe Quality Food Institute's Outstanding Achievement Award, was named one of Food Logistics’ 2016 “Champions of the Supply Chain,” and has served on a number of working groups with groups like GFSI, and GMA. Holly is passionate about the importance of training in the food industry.