Assistant Superintendents Workforce Development Webinar

  • 05 Dec 2022
  • 12:00 PM
  • Virtual Webinar



Assistant Superintendents Workforce Development Webinar

All Members Welcome!

Monday, December 5th, 2022
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM


Tyler Bloom

Join MAAGCS Assistant Superintendent Board Representative Luke Simon of Chevy Chase Club and Tyler Bloom of Tyler Bloom Consulting on Monday, December 5th for a webinar that will cover labor issues and hiring practices. Tyler Bloom is a leading expert on workforce development in the golf and turfgrass industry. He has earned an Executive Certificate in Talent Acquisition from Cornell University and a Bachelor's in Turfgrass Science from Penn State University. Tyler also has 19 years of work experience including six as a Golf Course Superintendent in Baltimore, Maryland.

Discussion Topics

Better leader, better teams

In today’s volatile labor environment, your ability to inspire trust, improve communication and build team cohesion is critical to achieving success for your organization and your career.

In this session: We will discuss critical leadership skills of today’s top leaders, identify your leadership style, and provide a simple framework to drive consistent results.

Bulletproof Your Hiring Practices

Making the right hire can boost productivity and morale. Making the wrong hire can be a costly mistake and derail results.

In this session: We will cover four steps to improve your chances of attracting and retaining A-performers, while also exploring insights from the last year in recruiting in the turf industry.

Q&A Following Discussions

Attendees are encouraged to ask questions!

Webinar Details

Upon completing your registration a confirmation email will be sent to you with the details to login to the webinar.

Event Coordinator

Luke Simon
MAAGCS Assistant Superintendent BOD Representative
Chevy Chase Club

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