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Navigating Workplace Diversity during Thanksgiving Celebrations Growing up in New England, not only from my father, a US History teacher Read more
Strategies for Career Development in the Construction Industry Last week, we shared that November is National Career Development Month and Read more
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Strategies for Career Development in the Construction Industry November has been chosen as the month every year not just for Read more
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Balancing Well-Being and Work in the Construction Industry I was listening to a radio station recently when they were discussing Read more
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Year-End Hiring Strategies in the Construction Industry Thirty-seven days until Thanksgiving, 51 days until Hanukkah, and 69 days until Christmas. Read more
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Effective Communication Strategies for Lasting Workplace Relationships Have you ever known that person who is all-in when a new romantic Read more
How to Tell if it is a Job or a Career?
How to Advance Your Career in Construction Management When you hear the word job or hear a person ask, “How Read more
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How to Manage Your Workplace Style in Construction Management In 1977, Billy Joel released his fifth album called "The Stranger". Read more
The Workplace—Virtual and Reality
The Importance of Virtual and Real-World Experience in Construction Management This weekend, I watched the new movie Gran Turismo, the Read more
Your Construction Management Resume—One Pager or Not?
How to Get Your Construction Management Resume Noticed by Hiring Managers Catching up on reviewing resumes this weekend from Construction Read more
Understanding Unlimited Paid Time Off (PTO) in Construction Management
Labor Day weekend, John and I traveled to Utah to see our daughter and her husband, who left Florida a Read more
Solid employment relationships don’t just allow one side to land on their feet. How do you ensure a mutually beneficial long-term match? Find out this week.
How to Take Control of Your Construction Management Career Socializing with associates from the industry, one of them was scrolling Read more
Time to Stay and Time to Go
The Importance of Timing in Construction Management This month, I traveled up north to be with my extended family as Read more
Superintendents are leaders
Transitioning From Project Superintendent to Corporate General Superintendent In our ”Super Superintendent“ post last week, we noted that the best traits Read more
Super Superintendent
Qualities of a Successful Construction Superintendent “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise” was a Read more
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Although there is no such thing as perfect, there are traits I could hit the repeat button with that we Read more
At some point in your career journey, you’ll face a choice—trust the path that makes you feel restricted or head toward the unknown.
Overcoming Career Obstacles in Construction Management Have you walked down a sidewalk, and the next thing you know, you are Read more
Best Practices for Managing Unplanned Absences in Construction Management If your first thoughts when seeing this title were anything like, Read more
“The most basic of all human needs is to understand and to be understood.” So how are your needs being met? Find out in this week’s blog.
Importance of Humor and Play in Construction Management Spending time with my five-year-old granddaughter, I laughed at her jokes, including Read more
Things Every Construction Manager Needs
Balancing Basic Human Needs and Career Aspirations in Construction Reading a well-explained online study on basic human needs and how Read more