Cisco, Texas - Cisco College recently conducted a quarterly supervision training with RAM Inc., based out of Cisco, Texas, as part of a partnership with the Cisco Development Corporation and Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas.
Pictured here from left-to-right, Jered Reynolds, Justin Jaworski, Dick Williams and Link Harris
“Our first priority is taking care of the businesses that are already in Cisco and workforce development is one of the core ways economic development corporations can do this very thing,” said Justin Jaworski, Executive Director of the Cisco Development Corporation (CDC). “It was a privilege to contribute towards this training and helping ensure RAM has an ongoing level of support from our organization.”
“I applaud Dick Williams for taking time to invest in their leadership team. When businesses invest in their employees, they invest in their productivity, and ultimately their success,” Jaworski added.
The partnership materialized from a joint effort between Link Harris of Cisco College and Justin Jaworski of the CDC to address a need in the area for supervision and leadership in local industries. The quarterly sessions are focused on supervision, leadership, team building, delegations, workplace communication, critical thinking, and problem solving.
“Twenty-two members of the RAM Inc. team engaged in this training through the month of June. Since the training, we have seen marked improvement in communication and teamwork resulting in productivity improvements,” said Dick Williams, Chief Executive Officer of RAM Inc., “During this time, one long term production manager retired and was replaced by an experienced manager from outside the organization.”
“This transition has been much smoother than expected as a direct result of the excellent training provided by the Cisco College team.”
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