Evolve YT Supervisor Development Series

Building Your Team's Greatness

What is the Supervisor Development Series?

As leaders we are called upon to exhibit many skills that may not come naturally. The Supervisor Development Series is comprised of six unique courses that take you on a challenging journey with required readings, homework and class time leading to developing your greatness. While the courses can be taken individually and in any order they also build on each other through an examination of 1) Leadership Foundations 2) Building the Greatness of Your Team 3) Attracting Great Talent and Repelling the Wrong Fit 4) Fast Tracking Your Individual Greatness 5) Bridging Generations and 6) Using Finance to Leverage Results.

The highlights of the courses are:

  • Live, weekly interactive classroom sessions (not on-demand)
  • Invest into your current leaders
  • Develop your emerging leaders
  • Identify your future leaders and grow them
  • Enhance your current leadership development program

Certificates are given at the completion of the entire Supervisor Development Series. To learn more about each of our courses see the detailed descriptions below.


Our Features

Why Choose Evolve YT?

6-Week Long Courses

Each student receives 6-weeks of hands-on learning with Phil and Evolve YT team leaders

See Your Success

Create measurable results to see your leaders emerge into great leaders throughout the program


Certificate of Achievement

At the completion of each course, as well as the entire program, graduates will receive a certificate highlighting their Supervisor Development Series  Achievement. 


We Stand by Our Promise

At the end of the course we will survey each student and their manager/leader to see if the expectations were met. If the answer is NO, the course is on us and a full credit will be issued.

Our Upcoming Courses

Start Your Journey To Greatness


Rubber Meets the Road: Understanding Costs to Increase Profitability

Finance is where the rubber meets the road, it forms the foundations for developing our plans, analyzing our business and creating effective strategies and tactics. In this course you will examine the operational expenses that determines gross profit. By assessing the impact of downtime, revenues per employees, billable hours, staffing, revenue per technician, the concept of effectiveness and more to determine your overall gross profit margins. You will learn to understand how marginal changes can make monumental impacts on your bottom line. Benchmarking against other pest control companies will be examined and we will look at how to use this information to improve the company’s financial performance. At the conclusion of the course, you will have a greater understanding from an operational standpoint on ways to improve your company’s profitability.



Fast Track Your Greatness

This course examines Keith Ferrazzi’s unique approach to personal connectivity. The course examines formulating a personal strategy to fast tracking your business and personal goals, using connectivity as the foundation. You will explore the development of the strategy, who you should be connecting with, the strategies around connecting, your personal brand and how we tie all the components to the digital world and levering technology to include LinkedIn, digital calendars (Calendly).



Attract Great Talent & Repel the Wrong Fit

We build on the concepts started in Course 202, Building Your Team’s Greatness and take a deeper look at Organizational Values combined with Key Measures of Success to create a recruiting plan that attracts great talent and repels the wrong fit. We will explore unique recruiting strategies within the digital world and combine this with timeless behavioral interviewing skills that combine the organizational values and key measure of success.


What They're Saying

"We're always looking for content to help us train and develop our people, so I look at this program as an opportunity to not only help us develop leaders and their skill sets but also help us determine if leadership roles are really for them. " Mike Rottler