Welcome to the Construction Managers #Hired2Win podcast. I’m Olivier Coquillo, author of a book with the same title, and your host!
Thank you for downloading the first episode. This is Season 1 planned for 10 to 15 episodes. The main goal of this podcast is to help the audience understand different aspects of the construction business. Each episode will last from 30 to 45 minutes with some exceptions. This is the first time that I’m trying something like this, so please bear with me as we go through this experiment. I will make some mistakes, and I’m extremely nervous behind the mic, but I’m also very excited to learn a lot from my guests. After spending 10 years in the industry, it’s amazing to see how much I still don’t know about it. If you are interested in joining the construction industry or if you’re already part of this huge construction family and you’d like to discover new ways to perform at a higher level, this podcast is for you. You may also listen to our episodes if you want to hear from your fellow construction workers and managers.
I will try my best to ask questions that will inform, inspire, and challenge the status quo, but I will only be successful if you help me in three major ways. First, I need help finding new guests. It can be you or people you know or both. All construction sectors and all levels are welcomed. I don’t know what it is yet, but it seems like many people that I know are afraid to openly share their thoughts about construction, or maybe they don’t think their opinion will make a difference. I hope I’m wrong about this, and I hope that once we get started, many of you will reach out. And this is the easy part. You can find me on LinkedIn or shoot me an email at email@example.com. Please visit hired2win.com/blog (current site) for more information. The second way you can contribute to the success of this podcast is by sharing your thoughts and letting me know what you want to learn from our guests. There will always be a blog post on our website for each episode. Feel free to leave your comments there. This is meant to be a constructive experiment, so please always share your thoughts in a constructive way. Talking shit about people or the construction culture will not solve anything. Lastly, please let your classmates or coworkers know about this podcast to help us grow our audience.
Thanks for listening. Until next time.
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