RALEIGH, N.C. - In tough times, the strategy for your investment in talent development, more than ever, should be focused on the key drivers of your business.
Jerry Jackson, publisher and senior editor of the FMI Quarterly says, "While improved marketing and business development, skilled project execution and beefed-up management information and organizational skills will certainly help improve your bottom line, don't overlook leader development. Ultimately, the actions of human beings accomplish all business results. As long as organizations need people, they also need excellent leader skills."
Feature articles in the current FMI Quarterly include:
- Field Managers: Technicians or Businesspersons?
- Emotional Intelligence: Leading in the 21st Century
- Bringing Green Home
- Managing the Risks of Project Suspension
- Are You Riding a Dead Horse?
- Influencers in Construction
- Strategic Leadership Transitions: Passing the Torch
- More is More: Leaders Coached Simultaneously Means Exponential Impact
- Assessing Compliance: Field Practices vs. Documented Procedures
The award-winning FMI Quarterly is construction industry resource for business management solutions. Published every quarter, the publication presents eight to 12 in-depth feature articles on a variety of business management topics. The FMI Quarterly received the 2008 Award of Distinction from The Communicator Awards. With more than 9,000 entries from across the US and around the world, The Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative and editorial excellence.