Join Us for a Webinar on 8/28/20- Milk to the Basics: Training Your Technicians by Finding Their WHY

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Milk to the Basics: Training Your Technicians by Finding Their WHY

This webinar will be presented by Jorge Delgado, Training, Talent Development and Retention (T2R) Program Lead, Alltech, Friday, August 28th, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. CST | 1:00 p.m. EST | 11:00 a.m. MST | 10:00 a.m. PST.

Employees are one of the most valuable assets to any dairy, therefore, training and developing the people entrusted to carry out milking protocols should be a top priority. Alltech’s Training, Talent Development and Retention Program will train producers on how to train their employees on harvesting milk quality using the 3 principles of engagement: Relevance, measurement and recognition. Through a session directed to dairy workers in charge of milking cows, we will train the trainers on using the right communication, tools and resources to engage them and make them more efficient. The trainers will understand how to:
• Help employees better understand why they are doing what they are doing
• How to provide an engaging classroom environment and hands-on lessons for the workers

This training will train how to explain to employees with no dairy background their importance in this industry and the families behind our business, the principles of consistency, basic udder physiology to understand milking procedures, what a SCC is and the WHY behind any single milking procedure.

Call in, watch online OR listen when you can! We record and hold all webinars for one month for members to watch when it suits them! You must still register by the deadline below to watch this webinar live or on your own time. 

*Limited space available – register early to reserve your spot! Deadline to register is Thursday, August 27th, 11:59pm CST. Register by clicking here!

This webinar is sponsored by Alltech.

Webex hosting and recording is brought to you by Zoetis.

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