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more than 300 power transmission/motion control distribution and manufacturing companies, representing over $20 billion in product sales.

Resources | Learning & Development | Seminars & Webinars | Webinar: Creating Your Own Personal Value in Times of Uncertainty

Webinar: Creating Your Own Personal Value in Times of Uncertainty

April 23, 2021
10:30-11:30 a.m. Central

PTDA members-only webinars are open to all employees of PTDA member companies as a PTDA Member Advantage

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About this webinar:

What can I do, as an employee in industrial distribution, to increase my value in the new marketplace? What best practices can I do to keep myself motivated, engaged, marketable and valuable to my employer? It’s as simple as A-B-C-D! Industry-specific stories and examples will be used to support the following concepts:

  • Accentuate your strengths
    • How do people view me? How do I view myself? What comes naturally to me? How do I convert the answer to these questions to personal accomplishment?
  • Build virtual relationships
    • What technologies do I need to learn? How do I create a network? How do I run effective virtual meetings?
  • Create your personal brand
    • How do I create a “brand” for myself? How do I set my personal brand goals? How do I create credibility within the PTDA industry?
  • Deploy your communication strategy
    • What are the keys to effective communication? How do I create mind share with my customers (both “internal” and “external”)? How do I build out quarterly, monthly and weekly schedules?

About the presenter:
Randy Disharoon has extensive background in both distribution and manufacturing which makes him uniquely qualified to address the issues that both businesses face in today’s market environment.
Randy holds a B.S. in Engineering and two master’s degrees, including an MBA. At age 23, he was certified as a nuclear engineer. At 25, he was leading training courses for officers in the nuclear Navy. He entered the private sector at 27 and ever since has served in a leadership capacity, where his teams have consistently exceeded their goals.

With over 25 years of experience as a leader and as a developer of leaders, Randy offers a refreshing, fun and interactive approach to leadership development.