PHRA Names GAI Finalist for Engaging Pittsburgh Award

National Engineering Firm Recognized for Innovative Training and Leadership Program

Pittsburgh, PA—The Pittsburgh Human Resources Association (PHRA) has selected GAI Consultants (GAI) as a finalist for the organization’s Engaging Pittsburgh: Innovative People Practices award for the firm’s GAI University program. Bestowed annually, the award recognizes employers across Western Pennsylvania who demonstrate creativity in designing business practices that significantly contribute to organizational and employee achievements.

Highlights/Key Facts

About the GAI University Training Program

  • GAI’s program includes courses geared towards up-and-coming leaders, new supervisors, and experienced managers as well as professional contributors.
  • GAI provides on-site leadership training developed internally and by DDI Inc., with curriculum tracks based on core, technical, and leadership competencies.
  • GAI provides a year-long Harvard Business School leadership program where employees engage in online lessons and then convene monthly to apply what was learned.
  • GAI also offers an on-site MBA program in partnership with Point Park University as well as a generous tuition reimbursement program.
  • GAI leaders provide regular coaching to reinforce skills learned in class.

About the Award

  • Final awards will be presented at an event on April 5, 2017.
  • The awards ceremony keynote speaker is New York Times bestselling author, Rodd Wagner.

“We are thrilled to be recognized by the Pittsburgh Human Resources Association. At GAI, we believe training and development of our employees is critical for the success and growth of our organization and our efforts have yielded real, tangible results.”

John Oliverio, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Chief Human Resources Director, GAI Consultants

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