February 19 - 21, 2019
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Norb Slowikowski, M.S. Industrial Relations

Slowikowski & Associates
Darien, Illinois

Norb Slowikowski is a Productivity Consultant who has been working in the Construction Industry since 1982. Prior to start at Slowikowski & Associates, Norb served as Director of Manpower Development for McDonald's Corporation. He has assisted over 350 Contractors in improving productivity & maximizing profitability by focusing on following activities: • Trained over 20,000 Foremen, Superintendents, & Project Managers in management and leadership skills. • Work with Contractor Associations around the country in presenting supervisory skills development courses to their membership. • Serve as an Organizational Consultant to construction companies in the U.S.A. and Canada; helping them to reorganize in order to maximize productivity at all levels of the company. • Customize training programs to meet specific contractor needs. Norb also helps Contractors implement the following productivity improvement tools: • The Productivity Improvement Process, a blueprint for improving organizational effectiveness and maximizing profits. • Implementing a Teamwork Model. • Implementing Key Job Controls for each phase of the construction process. • Establishing and maintaining customer service excellence. • Developing staff and field operations process manuals to establish uniformity and consistency among all functional units. • Developing a Strategic Planning Model to meet the challenges of growth and effectiveness in an ever-changing marketplace. Norb is the author of the recently published book entitled, Hard-Hat Productivity: The 9 Critical Factors for Maximizing Profits. He is a graduate of Loyola University in Chicago where he received a B.S. in Psychology and an M.S. in Industrial Relations

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