Posts Categorized: Project Management Best Practices

Empower Your Employees to Help Them Accomplish More!

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Your leadership enables employees to contribute to the success of the organization and helps them grow professionally. Part of that leadership involves empowerment. Hire well and provide the resources and support they need to succeed. Your employees may surprise you with what they can accomplish. Help Your Employees Succeed With These Seven Tips 1. Set Read more »

Set the Right Tone for Your Employees in the Second Half of the Year

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With the first half of the year over, many architecture, engineering and construction managers are reviewing objectives and using results to shape future actions. While examining metrics is a must, setting the proper tone for your employees is also vital. Otherwise, motivation and morale may suffer, harming future productivity. Three Tips to Set the Tone Read more »

Appreciation in the Workplace: A Win-Win Cultural Practice for Managers and Employees Alike

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For the vast majority of the population, work is an essential part of life. However, despite the necessity, one’s job is often not viewed as a simple means to an end. It is a career, and to many a life-long passion. Furthermore, today’s workforce is becoming increasingly accustomed to blurred lines between their work and Read more »

Why Accountability on the Worksite is a Team Issue and Should NOT Just be Management-Driven

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When considering workplace accountability, it’s natural to assume employees are simply held accountable by their managers. After all, every job has duties to uphold, metrics to meet and goals to reach. It’s incumbent upon managers to hold their employees accountable to these standards. Co-workers should be accountable to each other as well. Increasingly, companies depend Read more »

Preparing for the Autumn Season – Is Your Team Primed for Peak Production?

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The architecture, engineering and construction industry is fairly cyclical. Not only is it impacted by economic conditions, but also by factors such as the changing seasons. Fortunately, influences such as these are at least relatively predictable. A few examples include, increased: Design billings throughout the fall and winter months, due to the need for companies Read more »

Employee Appreciation Ideas That Lead to Massive Productivity and Team Loyalty

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How do you show appreciation for your team’s hard work? While a part of you might question why you should thank someone for doing their job, it is important to remember the impact that job satisfaction can have on an employee’s ongoing performance and drive. Taking a moment to showcase employee appreciation helps the business Read more »

How Increasing Teamwork Will Lead to Better Production Results

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Employees often have to work together to accomplish tasks, complete projects and achieve other organizational goals. With that in mind, increasing the level of teamwork on your architecture, engineering or construction job site can improve production and lead to greater levels of overall success. After all, when everyone works seamlessly as a unit, efficiencies and Read more »

How to Stay Safe This Summer

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Summer brings longer days and warmer weather. While the heat and sun are two things many people look forward to each year, they can also lead to increased health risks, such as dehydration, sun poisoning and heat stroke. Whether you are on the job or enjoying a little down time, keeping yourself safe and healthy Read more »

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