Sell What Customers Want
Article by certified professional construction BIZCOACH and popular construction industry speaker, George Hedley on ForConstructionPros.com.
In order to successfully attack your desired customer targets, determine what you can offer based on what they want and how you can help them."
How Emerging Leaders Can Change Their Mindsets To Inspire Their Teams
Written by Beth Kuhel, Forbes.com
The new top talent will demonstrate a track record for being scrappy problem solvers, curious learners and divergent thinkers whose imaginative approach makes them good at figuring things out with minimal direction."
The Benefits Of Upskilling For Employers and Employees
Written by John Feldmann, Forbes.com
Upskilling refers to the process of teaching current employees new skills."
Construction Program Moving the Needle in Hispanic Community
By Rhonda Crowder
For years, it has been difficult for minority communities to matriculate into the building trade unions. And, for members of the Hispanic community with language barriers, it could be even more complicated. But, current efforts are underway to change that dynamic.
In response to the opportunity the MetroHealth...
6 Steps to Building a Solid Estimate
By contributing editor Roland Miles , Constructech
Estimators have told us that following six steps will help ensure that estimates are accurate and on point for every project."
Can Diversity Training Help Your Multigenerational Workforce?
By Jamie Durisko, Content Writer, Ving!
Generational stereotypes can be just as disrespectful as cultural and ethnic ones, so it’s important to provide training that works to unite divided groups of employees."
Pathways to Prosperity: Today’s Vocational Schools Bust Stereotypes, Offer Better College, Career Options
This news article is by Patrick O'Donnell, The Plain Dealer
As high schools specifically aimed at training students in work skills, they’re in position to prepare students to meet the demands of a changing economy and set students up for strong salaries. "
Pathways to Prosperity: In Demand Jobs That Don't Require a Degree
Article by Olivera Perkins, The Plain Dealer
Middle-skill jobs, those requiring training after high school, but not more than an associate's degree, are often in-demand positions with competitive pay."
Builders Balance Tradition and Automation
By Andrew Soergel Senior Reporter, U.S. News.
Automation has wiped out millions of jobs in manufacturing and agriculture, but construction payrolls have stood firm."