Three members of the Goodall Homes team recently completed Nashville’s Dale Carnegie leadership program aligning with the home builder’s commitment to continued employee education and development.
Brian Kiesler, Zach Patton, and Sarah Wisner all received certificates of completion after they engaged in the renowned 12-week leadership program. The course, with training locations around the globe, was designed to take participants out of their comfort zone while helping them to grow their leadership and communication skills.
Kiesler, a Senior Project Manager, Patton, a Regional Purchasing Manager, and Wisner, a Senior Sales & Settlement Coordinator attended the course from August to October 2021 at the Dale Carnegie of Nashville location as part of the Goodall Homes commitments to relentlessly pursue improvement and build a positive team atmosphere.
The program, based on teachings from Dale Carnegie, has been used by businesses and individuals for more than 100 years to improve performance for people and companies around the world. The multistep, multiweek process is centered on training that includes tools to build better personal and professional relationships and improve public speaking skills.
During the course of the training, the group voted on “Breakthrough Award” and “Outstanding Performer” and the three Goodall Homes employees received the following:
Session 5 recipient of the “Crashing Through Award”
Session 10 recipient of the “Breakthrough Award”
Session 4 recipient of the “Human Relations Reward”
Session 12 recipient of the “Breakthrough Award”
Session 6 recipient of the Breakthrough Award for “Thinking On Your Feet”
Session 11 recipient of the Breakthrough Award for “Key to Happiness”
Goodall Homes, the second-largest homebuilder in Tennessee, is proud to offer continuing education and training opportunities to its employees. For more information about current Goodall Homes career opportunities, visit the careers page. To find out more about the Dale Carnegie improvement program, visit their website or the Dale Carnegie Training of Tennessee Facebook page.