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Construction Leader Podcast
34 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Work Remotely and Increase Producitivy
Get tips for Remote Working from productivity expert Eric Herdman
25 minutes | Mar 21, 2020
Communicating in a Crisis
In good times you should communication. In bad times you MUST
32 minutes | Mar 10, 2020
Business Leader, Community Leader, and Family Leader Kathy Wilmot
Learn about work/life balance and how to work with family from Kathy Wilmot, co-founder of Wilmot Modular
31 minutes | Feb 11, 2020
Selling as a Construction Leader
Whether you call it "selling," "leading," "influencing," or "getting things done through others," construction leaders are doing it all day -- every day.In this episode of Construction Leader Podcast, you'll learn three specific techniques to ensure you're getting the results you want as a construction leader. Learn what it means to focus on benefits -- not just features Use specific language to get others to focus on their benefits Turn the conversation to "You" language, as opposed to "I" language, so that your message has more impact Focus on their values to get their buy-in quicker and more predictably As a construction leader, you can't afford not to be using these techniques -- starting now.
37 minutes | Jan 26, 2020
Navigating Decision Fatigue
In this episode, leadership expert Eric Herdman explains decision fatigue and helps construction leaders navigate it.
22 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Leader Communication Misconceptions
It's not enough to be good at what you do. You have to be able to tell about it. But communication isn't as simple as talking, writing, or even listening. In this episode, consider five communication misconceptions -- and see if you're falling into these traps!Misconception #1: That others understand what you mean.Misconception #2: That talking is communicating.Misconception #3: That writing equals communication.Misconception #4: That listening is "not talking."Misconception #5: That others will ask questions when they need clarification.Every one of these misconceptions will cost time, money, and relationships on the job -- all things you can't afford.Take a listen, and be sure to subscribe for upcoming episodes.PS If you have ideas for interviews OR if you're interested in sponsoring the Construction Leader Podcast, be sure to visit us at ConstructionLeaderPodcast.com or email CLP@LaurieRichards.com
25 minutes | Jan 11, 2020
Why won't they follow me?
You want to be a leader in the construction field -- but your crew doesn't seem to want to follow you! In this episode of the Construction Leader Podcast, learn the three primary reasons they won't follow you -- and what you can do about it. You'll get specific techniques to assess yourself and take action to strengthen your position as a leader in construction -- whether you're working in an office position or in the field. Project managers, executives, supervisors, business development professionals -- anyone in the construction workforce can gain critical leadership skills from this episode.If you want to be a better leader in the construction industry, this episode is for you. Learn from Laurie Richards, a communication problem solver who works with construction companies across the nation to improve leadership skills and win new business.
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