It’s easy to fall victim to the “Shiny Object Syndrome” in remodeling. With so many goals of success, there are a lot of “shiny objects” that can distract remodelers from reaching their full potential. How do you avoid them? Guest David Wood of Focus.CEO joins Victoria and Mark in this episode to share the five steps to
Do you struggle to maintain relationships with subcontractors and experience your projects not being handled with urgency or priority? If so, you haven’t built a team, you have built a contact list. Guest Daniel Carrero joins Tim and Steve to talk about how he has built a solid team with little turnover and kept tradesmen
Today on PowerTips Unscripted, Lane Cooper joins the show to discuss the large project sales process. Price is a process like design. Setting our clients up for a successful pricing process is critical to large remodeling projects moving forward through design into construction. Lane walks us through his pricing process to manage clients’ price expectations.
While having a family-like culture is a well-intended premise, it is oftentimes impractical. Companies may notice that one or two employees are intolerant of the family-like culture in place and leave the “family” dysfunctional. Creating an environment where there is a structure that resembles a team, rather than a family, is a way to avoid
Solving the Challenges of Leadership Development in Remodeling Companies with Wayne Ottum – [PowerTips Unscripted] S4 E10
As remodeling companies grow, owners face the challenges of deciding when leaders are needed, how to find them, and train them to be good leaders. In this episode of PowerTips Unscripted, Wayne Ottum discusses these challenges and provides tools and methodologies for facing these challenges head-on. In addition, he talks about how he helps owners
Today on the Tim Faller Show, Chris Stebnitz joins the show to discuss building a culture in a remodeling company and the impact it has on the client experience. Chris talks about how building trust with your employees can enhance the company culture. While building a culture is important, there are also ways you can