This podcast is designed to help people in construction address the big challenges they face and discuss the key themes across the industry. Topics include mental health, diversity, the digitisation of the industry, BIM and more.
Michelle Ensuque: Coaching for Change Management in Construction
Michelle Ensuque, Director at Meliusse Ltd joins us to discuss coaching for change management in construction, covering: what is neuro linguistic programming (NLP), how attitudes to change differ across industries, typical reasons for clients to work with a change management coach, barriers to change, how to address negative behaviours, and top tips for creating a successful change management.
Nigel Burton: What is acoustics consultancy
In this episode, we chat to Nigel Burton, Director of Acoustics at Temple about what acoustics consultancy is, and why it's on the rise.
Stefan Prins: The expanding role of the Architect
We chat to Stefan Prins, Partner Architect at Powerhouse Company about: the expanding role of the architect, the need to move away from providing niche services and provide a full base product service, the benefits of a complete in-house service team, why the industry is lagging in adapting to change, what digitisation means for the expanding role of the architect how it will shape the industry.
James Carew: How construction firms can tell their story through social media
In the second episode of season 2 on the Changing Construction podcast, we chat to James Carew, Digital Communications Manager at Tideway, about what storytelling is, its added value, ways to create content, working within a budget, getting people from all levels of the organisation to tell their stories, knowing your audience, attracting new people to the industry and best practices.
Lauren Graden: The role of a Document Controller
In season 2 of the Changing Construction podcast, we kick off the year by chatting to Lauren Graden, Document Control Specialist and Found of the LGC Academy, about the role of document controller, the need for quality training, why training is often overlooked, signs of good and poor document management, the operating reactively rather than a proactive approach to things, and top tips to better document management.
Rework and the cost of ineffective communication
Mail Manager's very own Liam Jones, Senior Client Manager, chats with Amy Hatton, Associate Editor at PM Today about rework and the cost of ineffective communication, covering: the current email landscape, challenges facing project teams, avoiding rework through complete email management, improving key stakeholder engagement and decision making, and the project management communication chasm.