The Team Manager Development Center was developed by E.C. Davis & Associates, LLC in 1990.
Since 1990, organizations around the world have used the TEAM MANAGER DEVELOPMENT CENTER (TMDC™) to provide their employees with individualized, objective assessments and development counseling in 12 critical leadership competencies. Participants live the life of a Team Manager in this highly interactive, personalized, simulation-based program as two highly skilled coaches observe their performance and provide feedback.
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Our highly skilled TMDC Coaches bring their education, certifications, manufacturing experiences and management experiences together and create a real-to-life simulation experience for TMDC participants. Our coaches are adept in behavioral observation and assessment, and are exceptionally skilled in providing supportive developmental coaching.
LISA BROWNLEE, M.S., President of Leader’s Imago, holds a Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering and has over 12 years of experience in manufacturing with a focus on process engineering, Master Black Belt in Lean and Six Sigma, Lean transformation, training and management. Lisa has a passion for coaching individuals to help them recognize their potential as leaders.
SARAH MAYLE, MLHR, has 20 years of experience in Human Resources and Training with an emphasis in coaching. She has a B.A. from Capital University and a Master’s Degree in Labor and Human Resources from The Ohio State University. Sarah received her Coaching Certification from the prestigious Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching and currently holds the Associate Certified Coach Credential from the International Coach Federation. Sarah enjoys partnering with others to identify, pursue and achieve the success they want.
JOHN CARROLL, B.A., has been helping organizations and executives improve productivity and profitability for nearly 30 years within organizations and as a strategist and growth consultant. His clients include firms in manufacturing, distribution, construction, real estate, pharmaceuticals and technology. He has been internationally recognized for excellence in group facilitation of learning and planning and his approaches have attracted attention around the globe, including articles appearing in Chief Executive China magazine. John is one of two dozen consultants worldwide who have earned board approval from the Society for the Advancement of Consulting.
ANNA JACKSON, M.S. in Organizational Development, has over 20 years of experience in Strategic & Financial Planning, Human Resources and Administrative Services in a variety of industries. As a management consultant for Ernst & Young’s consulting practice, she helped companies restructure in post-merger and turn-around environments, serving as interim executive over the administrative functions. As Director of Financial Planning for Compass Group, she led the company’s operations’ executives through the strategic and financial planning processes. Anna has a passion for coaching individuals in leveraging their strengths and consulting with leaders on thinking more conceptually and creating an adaptive culture of strategic and innovative thinking. She also has a certificate as a Coach, EQ Mentor and Project Management Professional.
WILLIAM “BILL” LEAHY, B.S. in General Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. He is currently Principal Instructor with Eruditio LLC, Charleston, SC. He has worked as a Maintenance Manager, Engineering Supervisor, and Engineering Team Leader. He is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP), and possesses the Reliability & Maintainability implementation Certificate (RMIC), among other professional credentials. Prior to work in manufacturing he served in the United States Army as an Infantry Officer, achieving the rank of Captain. He currently lives with his wife and children in Quaker Hill, CT.
MIKE NAUGHTON, M.S., has over 30 years of experience in Human Resources and Learning & Development with major energy and steel corporations. Mike has spent 23 years in leadership positions in manufacturing and corporate locations. He has a B.A. in Labor Studies from Penn State University and an M.S. in Human Resource Management from La Roche College. Mike’s experience includes consultation and coaching for all levels of leaders and he was a member of the leadership team which developed and implemented a corporate university to address strategic learning initiatives for a large global enterprise.
RICK POOLE, M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology. Rick began his career with Assessment Designs, International in Orlando, Fl. He has worked extensively developing selection systems and management development programs. Rick was instrumental in revising the TMDC program in 2002. Rick worked for the State of South Carolina as a Project Manager and Client Services Manager, and worked on a special project with Walgreens which was highlighted in the Wall Street Journal. Rick now lives in Tryon, NC where he enjoys the great outdoors, and consults with several organizations on Human Resources Development Projects.
BRANDON WEIL, CMRP, has over 15 years in maintenance, reliability, leadership, and organizational change management experience as both a practitioner and consultant. Brandon started his reliability career as an enlisted member of the Naval Nuclear Power Program and today is the operations manager at Eruditio, LLC. During his time as a consultant and trainer Brandon has participated in a multitude of large-scale reliability improvement projects around the world. Brandon holds a B.S in Business and is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP).
> 80 companies have enjoyed the benefits of TMDC since 1990.
> In 2020, we will celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the TMDC, and the enrollment of our 2000th participant!
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- How able do you feel in carrying out your action plan? (4.6 out of 5)