Brad Humphrey

Brad Humphrey has been involved in the construction industry for more than 30 years. He started his career as an apprentice plumber during his early years of college and over the years has been a partner in several successful contracting companies including paving, flat work concrete, and even the pool building business. Throughout his career, Brad has served at the front line as well as at the senior leadership level and many positions in between.

 

While he's provided growth and operational strategies to some of the biggest general construction contractors throughout the world – he works with contractors of all types and sizes from smaller "mom and pop" businesses to growing mid-size firms.

 

Brad’s nickname, The Contractor's Best Friend, was given to him by several of his clients. It’s a nickname that has “stuck” and he feels honored to have.

 

Brad has authored several books and written more than 150 “how-to” articles that have been published in more than 15 construction industry trade magazines. He’s developed more than 100 contractor-focused educational workshops, including his very well received Leadership Boot Camp and Leadership Boot Camp+, intended for the developing foreman, superintendent, and project manager. 

 

How Much Information is Too Much Information?

Developing Decision Makers to Take a Lead

When to Enter a New Market

Getting Top Dollar!

Contractor’s Gridiron ‘Game Plan’

What to Reply when Your Customer Says “You’re Too High”

Top 10 Signs of a Successful Contractor

Top 10 Signs of a Successful Contractor

Why - and How - to Hold Your Crews Accountable

How to Identify and Prevent Poor Job Management

Yes, You Can Lead

Client Retention 101: 6 Steps to Keeping Good Customers

Improve Your Preplanning Agenda for On-the-job Success

12 Practical Safety Tips for Your Business

12 Practical Safety Tips for Your Business

10 Tips to Fast-track Your Leaders

4 Tips for Motivating Young Employees

6 Ways to Get the Most Out of Trade Shows

Build Alliances with Your Competitors

Build Alliances with Your Competitors

Closing Out with Opening in Mind

Closing Out with Opening in Mind

Don't Just Stand There

Don't Just Stand There

Why Do Your Workers Stand Around?

9 Ways to Help You Stay In the Know

 

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