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Ep.118: What Makes a Good Boss with Aaron Enfinger and Les Anderson

In this episode, we take a look at what it takes to be a good boss from an employee’s perspective, but also from the supervisor side as well, as both of our guests have risen through the ranks to become leaders of their respective businesses. Our first guest, Aaron Enfinger, came up through the ranks

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Completing The Hiring Continuum

Business owners know that one of the most important factors in the success or failure of a company is making good hires. The ability to grow a company over the long-term and successfully navigate growth is based largely on the ability of the owner to manage the critical resources of time, people and money. So

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[Video] How To Build An Org Chart For Today And Tomorrow

With so many businesses in transition, now is a great time to be looking at your company’s organizational structure. If you have had to hire, fire, or move team members from one department to another, an “org chart” can ensure you have every base covered. Here is a video from our PowerTips TV channel that

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Leading Through Crisis

While you may have emergency plans for your business in place, it’s pretty long odds you had anything prepped for a business disruption caused by a global pandemic.  Even in the best of times, being an effective leader is challenging — no doubt about it. For those of you who’ve had to put your business

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Ep.103: Positive Growth in Difficult Situations with Kathy O’Brien

We talk about the J Curve a lot around here — picture a lower-case J. When you apply change principles to your business — new people, systems, and processes — they can initially send your business on a downward trajectory before soaring with your success. If you want to grow your company, listen carefully! Our

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Ep.94: Bringing Military Leadership to Construction with Cody Ross

One thing Tim hears frequently in his travels and consulting with remodelers is the desire for fewer layers of management, replaced by more leadership.  One of the best places to learn and develop leadership skills is the U.S. Armed Forces. Cody Ross served in the U.S. Marine Corps. from April 2005 – December 2014 as

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Ep.93: Women in Leadership on Site with Dejah Léger

We talk a great deal about ways to beat the labor shortage, including the importance of training and education in keeping good employees. We’ve also discussed how to promote the trades as an attractive career choice.  There’s a third component — finding the right people. And that may mean changing your thinking about what, or

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Ep.91: Talking Safety with Mark Paskell

Just because you’ve never been visited or cited by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration doesn’t mean you’re following safe business practices. Even if you or no one on your crew has been injured, it doesn’t necessarily mean your job sites are safe — you might just be lucky. Most OSHA standards apply to the

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