Discover the Secrets on How to Read People Interview with John CremerHost: Ted Garrison
To understand the other person, or to be able to read them, allows you to engage them more quickly and speak their language, reports John Cremer, an international expert on reading people. Listen to Cremer explain how you can improve your ability to read people and thus improve the quality of your interactions.
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 00:00
Sustainability... Making it Work and Making it Cost Effective Interview with Jeff BakerHost: Ted Garrison
Jeff Baker, Director, Office of Laboratory Operations, for Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), offered some great advice, “Once you pick your team and you have confidence in their ability and you sign the contract, you really need to get out of the way.” Listen to Baker explain why this approach is the right approach.
Friday, 13 July 2012 00:00
Four Creative Steps to Recovering in This Economy Interview with Brad HollettHost: Ted Garrison
In the middle of construction recession, thing got tough for Accelerated Construction as the primary source of business, the retail industry, dried up. However, it’s CEO, Brad Hollett, didn’t sit back and wait for the good old times to return he took action and created a dynamic new business model that has generated his best year. Listen to this great story which can duplicate.
Friday, 15 June 2012 00:00
Construction Leadership from A to Z Interview with Wally AdamchikHost: Ted Garrison
“Like in any relationship, we earn respect one interaction at a time, when we demonstrate interest in the other,” declares leadership expert Wally Adamchik. Listen as he offers sound advice on how to improve your leadership abilities by focusing on your interactions.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012 00:00
Thank God It's Monday! Tools That Provide Positive Results Interview with Roxanne EmmerichHost: Ted Garrison
Roxanne Emmerich, America's most sought-after workplace transformation expert cautions that, "These are not the kind of times that you can have sloppy management." Listen to Emmerich give advice on how to improve performance, because while you can get away with a lot during good times, that is no longer possible.