Effective Leadership: Your Role as Supervisor
Wednesday, March 6 | | 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall, Room N253
Safety Culture/Leadership Track
All organizations need leaders who can bring people together to accomplish business and safety objectives and obtain successful results. Often, competitive advantage is based on the performance of a company’s personnel. The supervisor is often the pivotal communication link between the line employees and executive management. In this short course, we will review some key characteristics that successful supervisors possess.
- Identify key characteristics of effective leadership, including for safety
- Key strategies when moving into a supervisory/leadership role
- Review the reasons that people may fail as leaders.
Cathy Landry has been involved in the aviation maintenance training field for most of her career. She currently operates Northrop Rice, a legacy division of AlphaBravo LLC, and focuses on the development and implementation of maintenance training programs, courses, and on-the-job training processes.
During employment in the family business, Northrop Rice USA, Landry assisted in the set-up, certification, and operation of their numerous domestic aviation maintenance training schools. She also served as a project manager overseeing the curriculum development, equipment acquisition, instructor training and program development for a 1,000 student training program developed for the government of Malaysia. She has a bachelor of science degree and is a certified professional in learning performance (CPLP) through the American Society of Training and Development