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ABC Announces Next Future Leaders Series

Workforce Development

ABC of Alabama is excited to announce the next installment of Future Leaders in Construction (FLIC).

FLIC brings together a handpicked group of the industry’s best up-and-comers for sessions that are strategically focused on helping them become better leaders. The multi-day event also spends time helping the young professionals learn how to take the necessary steps to achieve personal and professional growth.

Once again the event will be moderated by Jim Schug. Schug is a senior consultant with FMI, management consultants and investment bankers for the engineering and construction industry. He specializes in building profits by developing customized strategy and best-in-class operations with his clients. With more than a decade of experience as an Army Officer leading combat engineers nd heavy equipment companies, Schug honed his leadership skills to successfully motivate operations in complex and challenging environments. He served across the spectrum of Army operations to include roles in strategic planning, training of large organizations and command with honors. After the Army, Schug refined these skills with a national builder, successfully integrating operations, sales and customer service.

The dates for this year’s FLIC are: October 30, November 13, November 27 and December 11.

For more information, visit abc-alabama.org.

 

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