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  • Elevating construction with interviews, training, and techniques that will make the build environment better for the workers, our customers, companies, and the industry as a whole. Podcasts are published before noon every weekday.
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Episodes
  • Ep.1 - Lambert the Sheepish Lion

    Jun 10 2020

    In this episode we discuss the importance of authoritative leadership.

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    24 mins
  • Ep.2 - Respect for people

    Jun 11 2020

    In this podcast we discuss the focal point of all decisions in construction-respect for people!

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    23 mins
  • Ep.3 - The Motive

    Jun 12 2020

    This podcast discusses the key responsibilities of a leader in the construction industry.

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    22 mins

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Game Changing

This podcast has changed my outlook on the construction industry. Jason’s passion for changing the industry for the good of the people and families involved has energized me to look for ways to improve everyday. We use this as reference material for our project team.

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Takt Planning book

Podcast #247-250 is the entire audio book for Jason’s fantastic book “Takt Planning”. Kelly does an amazing job reading the book. Definitely worth listening to. As a Superintentend managing large projects I’m excited to start using the ideas and tools Jason outlines in the book.