Years ago when MELT was first being kicked around I was fortunate enough to meet with one of Minister Del Duca’s assistants at an industry function. She asked if we could meet the next day so she could get my opinions and thoughts about the announcement the Minister made the night before about pursuing MELT in the Province. Two hours later we were still talking about the Pro’s and Con’s, who the players should be at the table and what the goals and objectives would be.
So what’s out there today for safety professionals and driver trainers? Look no further than NATMI – North American Transportation Management Institute.
There are so many events happening in our industry, it’s impossible to get to them all. For myself and our people, it is really important that whatever events or conferences we attend that there is an opportunity to bring value back to our businesses.
If you’re going to succeed in business, stay busy and have satisfied people you need to be able to delegate and diversify. Delegating properly and effectively with your people will allow you to work on the things that you’re good at.
You don’t need a ton of cash to create a rewarding work experience and have satisfied people. Years ago people worked for their pay cheques and that was good enough for them. Times have changed and that’s a good thing!
It took over almost two years from the day the Toronto Star released their exposé, and revealed to the general public the major issues happening at Drivetest Centres, for the introduction of Mandatory Entry Level Driver Training (MELT) to happen.
A number of years ago when Transrep Inc. was founded, we had a great idea of capitalizing on years of our networking, building our contact lists and establishing credibility with what we did and how we did it.
In mid-June, I had the opportunity to participate and attend the 2015 Private Motor Truck Council (PMTC) annual conference, held at the Kingsbridge Centre just north of Toronto. What an outstanding event!
Robert C Gallagher, the author of “The Express: The Ernie Davis Story” said that. While it is amusing, it also holds true. People change, perspectives change, organizations change. One of the big changes at the TTSAO was their decision to hire a Chairman of the Board. I was pleased and flattered to be offered this position. This hiring did not happen overnight.
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