They say that construction is slow to change. While that may be true, new ways of managing and delivering construction projects are starting to filter through and make an impact on the way we design and build projects. After all, Read more . . .
When you are busy delivering a healthcare project, it can feel like there are too many activities and stakeholders demanding your attention. However, there is one stakeholder who is critical to the success of the project – the healthcare administrator. Read more . . .
Here’s a topic I’m sure everyone on the project team can relate to – saying no. Whatever your role is in healthcare facility construction, there is one thing I am sure of: you have a lot on your plate. Despite Read more . . .
Effective communication is the key to creating an empowered team that delivers outstanding projects. Without it, projects become more difficult and protracted than they need to be. But everyone has a different way of communicating. To create a team that Read more . . .
Construction has long been an extremely male-dominated field, with women making up just 9% of the construction industry in the US. While that figure is growing, for
In my last post, I promised you some actionable advice on how to get a clear sense of direction of what you want from your career. Few of us find the time to take a deep dive into what Read more . . .
I was recently speaking to a friend of mine about the power of mentoring. Like many women in construction, she had concerns about how to create her own career path after she had built some experience, was unsure who to Read more . . .
Lately, I’ve been talking a lot about mentoring. It’s a subject I’m very passionate about, and something I believe everyone should benefit from during their career. I’d like to recognize and thank all the male mentors who have helped Read more . . .