Leaders Who are Goal Oriented
This video features some of Production Machining’s 2020 Emerging Leaders answering the question, “What are your goals within your company?”
Setting goals make most people more focused and effective at achieving their targeted successes. That’s why it’s not surprising that all Production Machining’s 2020 Emerging Leaders didn’t miss a beat when I asked them about their goals within their companies. Although they haven’t reached their goals yet, they know what they want in their careers because they’ve been thoughtful about their ideals.
This video spotlights the goals of many of these young, talented and enthusiastic leaders. Watch this video to see they are striving for learning new precision machining technology, implementing continuous improvement within their companies and even eliminating their own jobs!
Watch for an article this Thursday about Emerging Leader Josh Hardwick and why his nominator chose him as the face of precision machining’s future.
To watch more videos about our 2020 Emerging Leaders, click on the links below:
- Advice for the Next Generation of Manufacturing Talent
- Manufacturing Attracts Young Leaders in Different Ways
Read about all Production Machining’s 2020 Emerging Leaders here.
Young professionals are a vital asset to the precision machined parts industry, and it is important to acknowledge those who are making strides toward shaping the industry’s future. Production Machining is recognizing our industry’s young talent who were nominated by their peers through our new Emerging Leaders program.
Meet Janie Hughes, quality specialist at Horn USA. She has been nominated and chosen as one of Production Machining’s 2018 Emerging Leaders—a young professional making strides as a leader in the industry.
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