Oct 13, 2020
If you look back on your days as an employee at your first company, would you still be able to remember its core values and strategic focus? Most likely, not. How about if you surveyed your employees, do they know what your values and strategy are? Core values are what helps employees behave in a manner that benefits the company and strategic focus gives them a clear picture of how the business is going to succeed.
What does it take to ingrain the core values and strategy into your employees? That's what we're here to discuss in this week's Construction Genius episode with Bill Schultz, President of W.M. Schultz Construction. We talk about the measures he took to instill the core values and strategic focus in the hearts and minds of his people as well as what lead him into the creation of the 22 service standards.
If you are struggling with making sure your employees share your vision and adhere to your company's values, then tune in to gain incredible insights now!
What’s Discussed in This Episode:
About the Guest:
Bill Schultz is the President of W.M. Schultz Construction, Inc., a company based in Ballston Spa, New York, providing services for water and wastewater treatment facilities to bridges, site work, industrial facilities, cast in place concrete, and design-build. Being in business for more than 20 years, it has become one of the dominant players in the construction industry in New York.
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