Ready To Promote New Management? Two Ways Leadership Consulting Can Help

Promoting from within a company can be a beautiful thing. Employees may get inspired if they know that there are ways for them to achieve their career goals. If your workers see that the leaders are some of the same folks they used to work with, it gives them an extra incentive to do their best and keep striving for excellence. You might be looking to promote a few new leaders and want to make sure you are grabbing the right people. [Read More]

3 Features To Look For When Choosing A Safety Training Program To Invest In For Your Construction Company

Every construction company needs a good safety training program to rely on. Here are three features to look for when choosing a program to invest in: OSHA Compliance One of the most important things to look for when choosing a safety training program for your construction employees to participate in is OSHA compliance. This is important because you have a responsibility to make sure that your workers are trained based on the standards that OSHA maintains. [Read More]

Why You Should Hire A Third-Party Firestop Inspector

Performing a firestop inspection is an important part of many construction, renovation, and retrofit projects. It's wise in most circumstances to have a third-party firestop inspector do the work, and here are 6 reasons why. Independent Perspective More than anything, someone without a vested interest in your project needs to do the firestop inspection. Working with a third party, you can find someone who will do the job thoroughly and without consideration of what work has already gone into the job. [Read More]

The 5 Components In A Feasibility Study And What They Mean

Are you planning to start a new product line or service? No matter how great your idea is, success will only come if you can turn it into a reality. One of the best ways to ensure this is to conduct a feasibility study. Feasibility studies are investigations into the main elements involved in launching a new project or business. The study is designed to identify strong points and weak points to determine if it's a good investment. [Read More]