48 min

37 - Leading through the dust with Adam Bean Beneath the Surface

    • Personal Journals

“Leadership is hard work, and that’s why great leaders seem to be few and far between.”  Adam Bean has a refreshing perspective of site-based leadership, and it’s a pleasure to welcome him to episode 37 of Beneath the Surface.
Beanie is a chippie turned boiler maker who has carved himself an eclectic career journey.  Although he lives for a challenging construction project, Beanie is also a marketing professional, SCRUM coach, leadership keynote speaker and has even dabbled in trading options (just in time for the GFC).
In this episode, Beanie shares his journey through the construction industry, including his swift rise up the frontline leadership ladder.   We also discuss the SCRUM methodology that he enacts, his career pivot into social media marketing and how a focus on adding value to those around you is a key to success.
There’s a lot of gold in his perspective on key leadership traits of great crew supervisors, and it’s clear how passionate he is about achieving great results.  It was a pleasure listening to Beanie openly share his depth of knowledge and lessons learned from many years in the dust.  Enjoy...

“Leadership is hard work, and that’s why great leaders seem to be few and far between.”  Adam Bean has a refreshing perspective of site-based leadership, and it’s a pleasure to welcome him to episode 37 of Beneath the Surface.
Beanie is a chippie turned boiler maker who has carved himself an eclectic career journey.  Although he lives for a challenging construction project, Beanie is also a marketing professional, SCRUM coach, leadership keynote speaker and has even dabbled in trading options (just in time for the GFC).
In this episode, Beanie shares his journey through the construction industry, including his swift rise up the frontline leadership ladder.   We also discuss the SCRUM methodology that he enacts, his career pivot into social media marketing and how a focus on adding value to those around you is a key to success.
There’s a lot of gold in his perspective on key leadership traits of great crew supervisors, and it’s clear how passionate he is about achieving great results.  It was a pleasure listening to Beanie openly share his depth of knowledge and lessons learned from many years in the dust.  Enjoy...

48 min

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