Supervising for Success: A Deeper Dive is a new virtual series for those who have attended the original four-part Supervising for Success series. Diving deeper into the topics/content most relevant to those who perform frontline supervision/management in a manufacturing environment, this series will provide participants with an opportunity to:

  • Continue skill building
  • Understand how to more effectively supervise/manage in a generationally diverse work environment
  • Practice tips and strategies with real-world examples/scenarios
  • Connect/reconnect with other previous attendees to foster continued peer-to-peer learning

Each virtual workshop is a standalone session.


Thursday, April 25, 2024 • 8:00 to 9:30 AM
Change or Evolution: Attitude Makes All the Difference!

  • Explore the benefits and the challenges associated with organizational and individual change.
  • Review strategies for developing a more adaptive and flexible mindset.
  • Learn as a leader how to model the role of change "advocate" versus change "victim."
  • Discuss techniques for dealing with change, stress, and a fast pace in an innovative environment.

Per Person Cost
$100 Manufacturing Works Members
$125 Non Members




Brianna Schultz

Our Presenter

Jackie Mueckenheim, the owner/president of In5Learning & Development, draws on her extensive experience, expertise, and passion for excellence to design and deliver a wide variety of leadership and management development programming for both corporate and non-profit organizations. Combining her own real-world experience with multiple professional certifications, Jackie motivates leaders (from frontline supervisors to the C-level suite) across a wide variety of industries – including manufacturing – to develop and implement more effective workforce development practices to help drive organizational success.

Volunteer Teaching Students about Manufacturing Equipment
young man working with manufacturing equipment
Man Working with Small Parts


Supporting Employee Development

We handle the administration while companies focus on on-the-job training and mentoring.
Apprenticeships include paid job and technical training.

Interested? Contact Beth Dawson, Apprenticeship Program Senior Manager, at 216.920.1963.