Nic Bittle is the founder of Work Force Pro and works with contractors that want to prepare and develop their workforce to lead with impact, act like a pro, and perform at their best on a daily basis. He does this in a variety of different ways. Through presentations and workshops, through tools that he has developed which are designed to support the learning process, and through a unique information delivery system called D.R.I.P. Information™. He is the architect of 2 performance improvement process curriculums, that use the D.R.I.P. Information™ process that are specifically designed to prepare and develop our current and next generation work force for the roles and responsibilities that lie ahead. Nic is author of four books, Small Business, BIG Mistakes, Perform Like the Boss! & Good Foreman; Bad Foreman & Know This, Do That
It is no secret that with the baby boomer generation (born 1946 – 1964) leaving the workforce the construction industry faces changes like they have never before seen. Questions like, “What will we do?” “Who will fill the void?” and “What will happen to our industry?” are all very common questions within the construction trades. I have been asked, “Is it even possible to train and educate today’s emerging construction worker to think like a boss and to perform at their best on a daily basis?” I believe it is. I don’t believe it is easy, and it’s definitely not a quick fix, but it is possible.
Nic’s has developed a curriculum that is laser focused on the professional development of the emerging construction worker. This curriculum is specifically designed to give each individual what they want and need to perform at their best on a daily basis. Nic has identified 4 core competencies that act as a good first step in what the next generation needs to know and what they need to do to answer the call in the construction industry. These 4 competencies include: Communication, Professionalism, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship.
Nic is an author, consultant, and a very entertaining speaker. He shares his personal business stories, and highlights the valuable insights that he has learned from the hundreds of companies and the thousands of foremen, journeymen, and apprentices that he has worked with across North America.
Reach out to Nic – Cell 405-818-6552 Email – Nic@NicBittle.com