We all come from diverse backgrounds in construction. Union, non-union, administrative, trades, high school or college. Your experience forms a base instinct that drives how you react
The tendency of leadership in construction is to be out front with all the answers. You become comfortable with what you know & strive to show everyone
Over 26 years ago I had the opportunity to work with a project manager that took over on a job in Visalia, CA. Although I
Warren Berger describes why questions are so important to innovation in this Learning Leader Podcast by Ryan Hawk. Issues arise everyday in construction. True builders
99% of the unpredictability of construction comes from people. PEOPLE need to manufacture, install, and coordinate thousands of things that go into a construction project.
“You can’t predict but you can prepare” Howard Marks Construction is hard. It will throw challenges at you on an hourly basis. It is relentless.