Teams have a designated leader yet we all know people who also lead from where they are, adding value for their boss and their facility. Many equipment managers are in a unique position to lead not just their team but also their peers and their “superiors.” Join Roch Gaussoin, Ph.D., as he shares ideas to help you lead up, down and across to guide your organization. You’ll learn how you can expand your influence and ultimately be a more valuable team member.
Original presentation date: July 22, 2015 Education points: 0.1
Roch E. Gaussoin, Ph.D., is professor and Head of the department of agronomy and horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He earned his bachelors and masters degrees at New Mexico State University and his Ph.D. at Michigan State University. Gaussoin was an extension turfgrass specialist for more than two decades at UNL before being appointed as head of the department – a diverse group that includes more than 70 faculty, more than 150 staff and nearly 400 undergraduates in disciplines ranging from agronomy to turf and landscape management. Gaussoin has written for Golf Course Management magazine and has taught seminars and webinars for GCSAA since 1992. He was awarded GCSAA’s Distinguished Service Award in 2013.
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