NEWS CenterIn Forbes: TLDG Partner, Pratt & Whitney Struggles To Get Its Dream Engine Program Humming
Friday, July 20, 2018
In Forbes: Pratt & Whitney Struggles To Get Its Dream Engine Program Humming
We are honored to partner with Pratt & Whitney and be featured in Forbes with them. We worked with approximately 250 of P&W's top leaders for the past 18 months delivering military leadership lessons. The article points out P&W's self-reported results:
- Voluntary attrition down from 7% in 2016 to 2% in 2018
- Employees of supervisors who have been through TLDG score 8 points higher in job satisfaction than those who have not been through our training.
Bob Leduc, President of Pratt & Whitney stated "TLDG was kind of a missing brick in the wall for us. We knew what we wanted to do; we weren’t quite sure how to go about doing it in a meaningful, purposeful way. I think what TLDG brought us was a tried and proven leadership model of the Army." They have achieved tremendous growth and we are proud to have been part of their journey.
"Your legacy is the people you develop. Have you developed the future?"
Colonel Patrick Sweeney, Ph.D.,(USA, Retired, USMA 1982)