THE COMMUNICATION DILEMMA
In today's fast-moving world, few of us have time to sit down and listen to people we don't respect and trust. Many in the general public don't respect or trust the energy industry. In talking with our energy partners about a strategy to open lines of communication and encourage rational decision-making, we all agreed that industry field personnel are uniquely qualified to be Good Neighbor Ambassadors if (1) they are aware of how to mitigate impacts in the field, and 2) if they understand the issues in a way that allows them to share facts with their friends and family.
Create a Good Neighbor Certifcation program that would not only empower their employees, but even more, qualify companies to become Good Neighbor certified. It was felt by all the members we talked with that this would be good for their business. So with the help of several of our trucking firm members, we designed our present program.
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For more information about Community Counts Good Neighbor training, or to schedule a training for you/your employees, contact Nita Smith, email@example.com, 970-712-7317.