Instructed by John Koontz, this 4-part Fundamentals of Field Leadership program is designed to establish foundational skills for the various types of field leadership, including project managers, field supervisors, and foremen.
Koontz's industry knowledge and teaching experience have contributed to the development of this program. The cores topics of the program focus on planning, productivity, communication, documentation, maximizing profit, and closing out jobs effectively.
Part 1 | February 17, 2021
Planning and Productivity Improvement
Communication to Maximize Profitability
Material Management and Labor Productivity
Part 2 | March 10, 2021
Managing Mechanical Project Labor Costs
Effective Project Documentation Practices
Project Forecasting and Estimation
Part 3 | April 7, 2021
Essential Management Skills for Field Leaders
Understanding Different Management Styles
Part 4 | April 28, 2021
Successful Project Closeout
Maximizing Job Profit
Reducing Productivity Drain
Foreman |Service Personnel
Project Managers | Project Coordinators
Field Leadership & Personnel
Operations Managers | Office Personnel
Registration is complimentary for MCAMW & NECA Members.
John Koontz is MCAA’s national director for project management and supervisory education. He brings a balance of academic and practical experience to his courses. A former tenured associate professor in Purdue University’s Department of Building Construction Management, he served as Purdue’s mechanical construction management coordinator. He has been teaching since 1992.
Prior to this, he spent 15 years in the employment of MCAA contractors in a variety of positions including senior project manager, project manager, project engineer and estimator. John Koontz is the director of the MCAA Institute for Project Management and Advanced Institute for Project Management at the University of Texas in Austin.
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