Plant Managers Unlock the Secrets to Leadership on October 18

Our first Plant Managers Meeting of the new school year is set for Thursday, October 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. We are pleased to bring back Dean DiSibio, VP of Sales and Marketing for the Philip Rosenau Co., for another installment of his Unlock the Secrets to Leadership series.




In this unique workshop, Dean, a US Army Reserve Colonel (Ret.), takes a non-traditional approach to helping others learn about leadership, illustrating the principles that today's effective leaders must have in order to succeed.

Leadership can be an elusive trait, but you know it when you see it. In their multiple roles and responsibilities, Plant Managers are engaged in many situations which call for leadership, and Dean will engage our attendees in lively discussions on the traits and characteristics of successful leaders using clips from popular and classic films.

The workshop is interactive and uncovers some of the effective traits of leadership and how they are applied in real situations. You will be motivated to think and rethink the impact that leaders have on an organization, and how you can hone your own skills, enhance the application of the leadership skills you possess, and develop the ones you feel you may lack.

You'll also have the opportunity to a take a personal leadership assessment to help pinpoint additional opportunities for development.

Don’t miss this fascinating program! Register Today!

About Dean: Dean DiSibio is Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Philip Rosenau Company, the largest independent distributor of sanitary maintenance supplies in the Philadelphia market. During his career, he has led multiple teams and established corporate relationships and business units. As a US Army Colonel for 30 years, Dean held various leadership positions both on Active Duty and in the US Army Reserves, including Platoon Leader, Company Commander, Battalion Commander and Team Chief. His awards include the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, and the Legion of Merit.

Non-Members: $25 per person