Friday, February 2nd
The Three Reasons Construction Leaders Fail
Unfortunately, the times when you need your leaders to perform at their very best are the very times they are most likely to fail. The challenge of change is compounded by the fact that the higher managers rise in an organization, the more likely they are to develop blind spots that increase their risk of failure.
Why do front-line leaders fail and what can be done to avoid failure? The three most common reasons are:
This webinar will elaborate on these three issues and offer you common sense solutions for helping your leaders and managers overcome them.
How to Figure Out if Someone Has Poor Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Exposing an inability to deliver the expected results
Uncovering an unwillingness to see beyond their functional silo
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Brett Mykrantz Executive Vice President, Deacon Corp.
Many consultants don’t have an idea As a leader, responsible for a large general contracting firm, I’m approached occasionally by business consultants offering various solutions that they say will enhance the effectiveness of our leadership team. The problem is that many of them don’t have an idea as to how a construction company operates and the challenges we face. Eric knows what makes a construction business tick. Eric Anderton is different, he is unique because of his focus on the construction industry He understands and appreciates the business of construction firms. He understands how the human mind works, how people work, and how the structure of a business operation can be created and improved. He knows what makes a construction business tick and how construction professionals work, and the ideas that he shares are realistic to business and our people. Eric’s Makes the Complex Simple So We Can Lead More Effectively He has helped us by logically breaking down complex leadership concepts into small components so we understand how to be more effective. As a result of working with Eric, our teams are more focused on the aspects of leadership that have the biggest positive impact on the people and projects they are responsible for. Help with Communication, Conflict, Accountability Eric has also helped us with our communication. Specifically, being okay with constructive conflict And helping us understand how to consistently hold ourselves and others accountable. Our Projects are Successful, On Time, and On Budget The outcome has helped our leadership team improve management of projects and assure that our projects are successful, on time and on budget. Eric is Good at What He Does and I Value his Help Eric brings high energy and passion to his workshops. It’s been rewarding to have members of our leadership team come to me unsolicited, to say that they gained great value and enjoyed his workshops.