Successfully Developing and Managing Employees (Seattle)

Seattle, WA
Jan. 26, 2018 - Jan. 26, 2018

Successfully Developing & Managing Employees Running a business today is more about managing people than anything else, yet we have not made any fundamental changes to the way to manage our employees, especially the new millennial generation. For a business to grow and reach its potential, it has to have stable, productive, long-term employees. If we can improve the way we manage the employees, we can prevent the turnover and the company has the ability to reach its potential. Middle management is the key to moving through the growth walls of any business. It is important for the owner to understand what their role is in setting up the new manager to succeed.

By attending this class, owners and managers will learn how to develop management processes that cover managing the employee on a daily, weekly, and yearly basis and how to develop long term career paths for their field workers (installers and service techs) from entry level through Master Level, including operational details of how and when to train them.

Workshop Info

Want to double dip with Human Resources training?

If you want to attend both Successfully Developing & Managing Employees and Recruiting & Retaining Great Employees, you can! Sign up for both today!

Meet Your Trainer - Aaron Schuh


Aaron Schuh is the Founder of Recruit4Business and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).

Aaron has filled hundreds of job openings for HVAC dealer clients. He prides himself on maintaining the highest level of integrity and professionalism in recruiting services to both company and candidate.


  • Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)

Who Should Attend

•  Owners
•  Managers

What’s Included

•  Continental Breakfast
•  Buffet Lunch
•  Break snacks
•  Class Book & Training Materials


You will be receiving a welcome packet that will include travel planning suggestions. We are
recommending that flight arrangements be made 21-28 days before travel. Your return flight
should be scheduled after 5:00 PM on the last day of class.

Hotel recommendations will be sent in your class welcome packet.


To sign up or for more information contact Angie Swartz


Phone: 206-870-1880