May 21, 2019
Inspiration for this episode comes from Chapter Five, “Cover and Move”, of “Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALS Lead and Win”, by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin.
An isolated grouping, department or team that functions apart from others.
Breaking down into different function and different projects allows for
Which leads to higher performance (safety, quality, speed)
But you have to realize that intentionally or unintentionally the silos can create challenges that hinder the overall effectiveness of the team….
It is common for construction company owners like yourself to struggle with getting each employee contributing equally to your organization's success.
Despite your best intentions, it's tough for you to find time to break down the silos that exist in your business between the field and the office, and to get everyone to take accountability for the production, quality, and safety goals of each project.
These issues not only create stress and frustration for you, they cost you money.
I have worked with construction company owners for over fifteen years, and have developed a short assessment which will quickly identify the specific leadership areas you need to work on.
To take the assessment click this link: https://www.ericanderton.com/construction-leadership-assessment/