Definition - Development (Talent)

Longer-term refinement of someone’s current capabilities Towards Mastery while preparing them for future roles and the ideal Career Path for them.

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Shorter-duration project rotations, inclusion on internal special project teams, external industry association involvement, and mentoring for Project Engineers who show the aptitude, desire, and discipline required for a future Project Executive role.


Definitions for The Business of Building
Building a project requires knowledge of, and skill in using thousands of construction-specific definitions, acronyms, and metrics. Building a business including the development of people has its own vocabulary forming the foundation of communication....

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Definitions for The Business of Building
Building a project requires knowledge of, and skill in using thousands of construction-specific definitions, acronyms, and metrics. Building a business including the development of people has its own vocabulary forming the foundation of communication....

Resource - Gottman and the Science of Relationships
There will never be a more intimate relationship than between life partners. Relationships at the executive level, including business partners, have many similarities. The Gottman's have spent their lives on relationships, trust, and processing conflict.
TOOL: Growth Inflection Point Summary + Self-Evaluation Worksheet
At certain growth inflection points, you must re-evaluate your strategy, systems, structure, and leadership focus. Use this worksheet as a guide to help you determine if you are at an inflection point requiring change or focus on refinement.
Opportunity Evaluation (2 Critical Dimensions)
Your strategic decisions show up most vividly in the opportunities you choose to pursue. Disciplined and aggressive business development will ensure a strong pipeline of opportunities. Choosing what to pursue requires balancing two critical dimensions.