Since we missed April's graduate of the month, we will be doing a double feature of graduates this month. First, we want to congratulate our 1st May 2017's iBL graduate of the month...Mr. Tom Wolsey of Weyerhaeuser.
Tom started his career as a millwright 20 years ago working in various industries including food, oil & gas, and forestry. He is currently with Weyerhaeuser having hired on 12...
Change dynamics, leadership, risk identification and management, communication, and project management all must be addressed.
By: Shon E. Isenhour
Andrew Morgan started his career as an industrial electrician after attending Okanagan College in 1984. He then began his current career at Weyerhaeuser where he has been with since 1992. He went from electrician to electrical supervisor and is currently a Maintenance Manager at his plant.
Mismatched communication plagues a lot of organizations and affects the implementation of new initiatives and organizational changes. This video shows a demonstration of the concept.
We want to congratulate our February 2017's graduate of the month...Mr. Joel Wheeler of Hollingsworth and Vose. Congratulations on your many accomplishments throughout your inspired Blended Learning curriculum and may you have many more successes to come!
We want to congratulate our January 2017's graduate of the month...Mr. Chuck Knowlton of Hollingsworth and Vose. Congratulations on your many accomplishments throughout your inspired Blended Learning curriculum and may you have many more successes to come!
Chuck started working after electrical trade school wiring paper machines for Black Clawson. When demand slowed, he started learning the...
We are excited to announce our December's iBL Graduate of the month, Tyler Wulterkens. Tyler graduated from the University of Florida in 2013 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He got a job as an applications engineer at Ludeca, a family owned company that provides training and tools for preventative and predictive maintenance. In this position he traveled across the United States...