Master Builders' Association (Lower Level)
631 Iron City Drive
Pittsburgh, PA  15205

The Master Builders’ Association presents a three-part series to facilitate the professional development of future leaders in the construction industry and ensure the future of a quality construction workforce.

Presented by Len Petrancosta, COO Peak Performance Management
A highly accomplished and results-driven TOP EXECUTIVE, with extensive experience in sales, marketing, merchandising, finance, human resources, IT, operations analysis, strategic planning, and team leadership. Utilizes passionate communication skills to clearly convey messages to internal and external parties. Develops systems and methods to facilitate effective goal setting and execution. Directs multi-functional teams to ensure the attainment of established objectives. An integral leader who develops a clear vision to secure long-term organizational growth and success. Utilizes work expertise to serve as a board member of two non-profit organizations and as a volunteer mentor.
Specialties: Leadership Training, Leadership Coaching, Sales Training, Christian Volunteer, Non Profit Board of Directors

Part 1:  How & Why to Effectively Delegate
October 19, 2022 - 10 am -11:30 am
The ability to delegation effectively is a key competency as we move from manager to leader. We will define delegation, discuss why it is critically important and why we don’t delegate as much as we should. We will also discuss the behaviors of delegation and some new ways to look at this key competency of leaders and managers alike.

Part 2:  Developing Accountability for Yourself & Others
November 9, 2022 - 10 am -11:30 am
Holding yourself and others accountable is key for success. This interactive session is designed to build a mindset for personal accountability and responsibility for organizational results. It will get the participant to look at accountability differently. We will introduce a 5-step process and a format to make accountability completely clear between both parties.

Part 3:  How to Execute Difficult Conversations
November 16, 2022 - 10 am -11:30 am
Executing difficult conversations is needed in all companies at times. This course is designed to help participants have confidence to navigate difficult conversations and to manage them skillfully so that feelings are spared, and the organization’s best interests are kept front and center. We will cover a specific process to use and provide them a template to guide their conversations.