A focus on technology likely comes at no surprise. The construction industry may not be full of early adopters, but there has been a significant push toward innovation in recent years. As we develop the technology portion of our program, Restoration Nation sure to include the following topics:
It’s critical to not only teach workers how to use these technologies on the job but also how to integrate them into new and existing processes.
We tend to think of leadership traits as something you’re born with. However, everyone can acquire the skills needed to lead, whether it’s as an executive, manager, team lead, or an individual contributor. To remain competitive, Restoration Nation continues to invest in their current leaders while growing our future set of leaders simultaneously.
Topics of interest in the area of leadership include:
Construction firms must deliver projects on time, in scope, and on budget to succeed. However, managing the ins and outs of projects requires specific skill sets, including design-build and integrated project delivery. Restoration Nation provides training on both the broader aspects of project strategy as well as internal processes.
The most effective employees bring skills acquired through external training inside the organization and apply them in a way that results in more positive business outcomes. Restoration Nation Integrates external certifications and workshops into our program for greater results.
As we collaborate with local and industry organizations, Restoration Nation is able to tap into networking events, conferences, and summits. Many of these events are now offered in a virtual format, allowing more employees to participate from a safe distance.
Restoration Nation brings the learning events home with internal corporate programs. We partner with a trade school, association, or vendor to provide training on pertinent topics. You can always start on a small scale with mini webinars, Lunch and Learns, and breakout seminars before building a larger internal event.
Change is constant and can be scary. But you make change work for you by embracing new technologies and advancements in the field. A continuous learning program will keep our front-line employees and leadership engaged in the latest developments while encouraging our organization as a whole to embrace innovation.