Posted at a Granite Construction office. I love these simple but key responsibilities of a meeting member.
This is an example of a checklist that I use for training and on-boarding of new hires. The checklist should be tailored to the position and department of the new hire.
List of recommended reading for project managers, estimators, detailers, fabricators, erectors, designers and other personnel in the structural steel and miscellaneous metals industry. Many of these are must read if you work in the structural steel and miscellaneous metals industry as a fabricator or erector. You don't know what you don't know until you read … Continue reading Suggested Reading List and Resources
The Leadership Vacuum: Why Do Some Leaders Suck? Notes from AISC Steel ConferenceSession by Joe Contrera CEO of Alive @ Work LLC https://www.aliveatwork.com/ Session Notes Many leaders are always negative, not punctual, micro managers and are not reliable. Be clear about who you are and why you are here. Baby boomers believe in hours logged, … Continue reading The Leadership Vacuum
A contractor we work with had these 10 house rules posted outside the job trailer, love this! I will.... Do everything I can to go home safe. Never forget rule #1. Respect my colleagues. Communicate positively with those around me. Challenge my colleagues to do the right thing. Come to work fit for duty & … Continue reading Contractor House Rules
Ask yourself these questions and write down answers for each.
Anyone can have these ten qualities regardless of talent.