Erik Harrison The New Construction Leader EPISODE 18 – October 9th, 2017 I’m excited to welcome another guest who shares common ground with me being an influencer in the construction industry. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
It doesn’t matter if you’re like me and have a career in the construction industry, this book applies to all businesses and leadership positions. If you are in the construction industry, you will find this book especially impactful as its opened my eyes to how valuable construction leaders are. Highly recommend for all readers pursuing leadership roles.
As Construction Leaders, “We don’t build buildings. We build the people who build the buildings.”
Josh Levin The Story of Empowered Electric EPISODE 15 – September 4th, 2017 You guys know I love interviewing folks who are out there doing great things and making impact. In this episode I interview Josh Levin, founder of Empowered Electric. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Kyle Nitchen interviewed by Tony Booth – CEO of AMETA Construction Services and host of The Contracting Coachcast on iTunes.
Topics discussed: construction management, general contracting, successful subcontracting, overcoming challenges, improving client satisfaction, self-improvement, people skills, leadership, and much, much more . . .
This article is a guest post by my friend over at ContractingCoach.com, Tony Booth. Tony is the host of the Contracting Coachcast on iTunes, Co-Founder of Builder’s Grid, and Creator of the Contracting Coach Academy.
Tony Booth Successful Construction Project Management & Leadership EPISODE 12 – June 26th, 2017 In this episode I’m honored to get the opportunity to interview my new friend, Tony Booth. Tony is an all around amazing individual who takes pride in his work and performs all his work with integrity, which I admire. Podcast: Play in […]
Have you noticed the buzz online lately? Everyone is talking about entrepreneurship and how badass it is to live that entrepreneurial lifestyle. All the cool kids are doing it.
In my experience, the average observer of construction regards the process as rather insignificant and inconsequential – nothing special, nothing unique, not an industry of any importance – mostly filled with non-influential blue-collar macho types.
School was always a struggle for me. Actually, I ended up barely graduating from high school. It’s not something I’m proud to talk about but it’s true, even during my college years. “But wait Kyle, if you had a 1.2 GPA, how did you get into college?!?” Excellent question my friend.