Local professionals lead panel discussion for NPCC students
Chad Fosdick, owner of Premier Rental-Purchase North Platte, Mr. Appliance of North Platte and Glass Doctor of North Platte, speaks as part of a panel discussion Monday afternoon on the North Platte Community College North Campus.
The panel was made up of local business leaders, and the focus of their presentation was professionalism in the workplace. The audience consisted of students in the Personal and Professional Development class.
“Talking about professionalism in the workplace is important because it sets the standards for behavior, performance and customer service that enable individuals and businesses to thrive,” said Amy Sabatka, MPCC career placement coordinator. “Those expectations help create an environment of respect, accountability and excellence. Conversations about workplace expectations prepare our students for success as they transition into their professional careers.”
Other business leaders participating in the panel discussion were:
- Brian Lusk – owner of Lusk Heating and Air Conditioning
- Tessa Burford – talent acquisition partner for the Nebraska Department of Transportation
- Jamie Peters – assistant director of human resources for MPCC