The Guru’s Gathering: A Collection of Blogs for Construction April, 10 2105

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The Guru’s Gathering: A Collection of Blogs for Construction April, 10 2105

Every week the Construction App Guru will post links to interesting blogs that are relevant to the construction industry for technology, leadership or training topics from other Thought Leaders.

Check out these blog posts from…

All of Your Emotional Intelligence Questions Answered (Brent Darnell)

“People ask me all of the time about emotional intelligence and its relevance to them and their businesses.  This recent podcast answers tons of those questions.

First, I’ll answer what emotional intelligence is NOT:

It’s NOT:

touchy-feely, psychobabble, mumbo-jumbo, theory, being nice to people, group hugs, or singing kumbaya!

It is:

discerning and managing your emotions and managing the emotions of others for the best outcome for yourself and that situation.  It’s vital for your health and well-being and your success in life and work.  It’s based in neuroscience and physics.  It’s about energy and the way your brain works.

Here is the link to the podcast for more:

If you have any other questions, just ask!”

To read the original article (CLICK HERE).

Bluebeam Tip: Adding a Responsibility Column with a Choice to your Work list

“The Punch and Back Check, Design and Constructability Reviews and Estimating Take-off are all top construction workflow that Bluebeam Revu improves for the general contractor and specialty trade alike. Realizing that once you create your own punch symbols (or import those that Bluebeam has available on their website), you”ll want to assign who is responsible for each punch item. The worklist’s Responsibility column in Revu 2015 is set as a text column. This leaves the column blank and you must fill in each item manually. If you’d rather a dropdown list to choose from it just takes a few minutes to create.”

To read the original article (CLICK HERE).

#020: How to Respond To A Construction Project Crisis

What To Do When The @#$% Hits The Fan

Welcome to Episode 20 of the Construction Leading Edge podcast.  My name is Todd Dawalt and my goal is to provide the tools and resources to grow your leadership skills, grow your business and grow your income.

This episode lays out a step by step process and a framework to follow when you have a construction project crisis.

To read the original article (CLICK HERE).

2019-11-26T18:01:23-05:00April 10th, 2015|Apps, Leadership, Workflow|0 Comments

About the Author:

Rob McKinney is a construction technology blogger, consultant and founder of Construction App Guru: A website with a mission to educate the AEC Community about the uses for technology in construction.

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