The Best Choice

Whether it is a decision about your best strategy or the best production plan on a project learning how to make effective choices is critical.

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Leadership Tools: The Best Choice is the one you make, the one you commit to, and the one you learn from.

If you have involved a good team then reasonably debated the options and the choice is still not clear then the best decision is usually to just decide.  




Allocation of Management Resources
Most new initiatives that contractors try often fall short of expectations due to poor management time allocation during start-up. We work with a lot of contractors and rarely see truly bad ideas or teams that truly can’t execute.
The Toolbox of a Leader
Contractors know how important it is for their crafts people to have a toolbox (and bags) full of well maintained tools. As a leader in a construction business you must build your own toolbox.
Laws Control the Lesser Man
Growing construction businesses need processes and accountability systems the same way society needs laws, police, courts and jails. As a contractor starts growing leadership needs to put some processes in place to keep things running smooth.