Graphic Communications Leadership Institute Visits Wisconsin-based Nosco
The Graphic Communications Leadership Institute (GCLI) held their September 2022 workshop at host company Nosco, an industry leader based in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. Nosco is a fast-growing, employee-owned company specializing in custom packaging solutions for the health care industry.
GCLI members toured the world-class Nosco facility, featuring packaging design, structural engineering, optimized production flow, new capital equipment and various print technologies. The group was treated to presentations from Nosco executives on their processes, their commitment to employee engagement, their tactics for training and development and their approach to customer success. Afternoon workshops focused on supervisory and management skill development.
The next GCLI quarterly workshop will be held December 8 & 9 at Think Patented in Dayton, Ohio.
Graphic Communications Leadership Institute Overview:
The Graphic Communications Leadership Institute (GCLI) is a rigorous, cutting-edge leadership development program specifically designed to prepare the next generation of business leaders with a well-rounded foundation in leadership and managerial expertise while developing a valuable peer network. Rising Industry professionals develop their skills through a comprehensive three-year program, consists of four quarterly workshops, each one focusing on core elements of business management and organizational leadership. The group meets at various locations including leading industry manufacturers/suppliers and at some of the industry’s finest service providers.
The GCLI was founded by Mike Philie (The Philie Group) and Joe Truncale (Alexander Joseph & Associates) and successfully launched in March, 2021. The Institute continues to grow in size and impact as forward-looking organizations address the challenge of retaining talent by investing in the leadership development of their key people.
GCLI admissions are on a rolling basis, allowing participants to enroll in time for the next session.
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