In this podcast episode of Hoots on the Ground, special guest Sean Graystone dives into why respect for resources in Lean construction is the key that will unlock all things respect for people.
Lean Construction Podcast – Hoots on the Ground
The Lean Builder Podcast
Welcome to “Hoots on the Ground” with Adam Hoots—The Lean Builder’s absolutely, positively NO bullshido Lean Construction podcast. Join Adam and his guests as they dig deep into the topics that are relevant to those of us who “get it”: the men and women with the dirty boots; the ones who work in the field, doing the hands-on business of construction each day. Listen in as we keep it real while stories from the trenches are shared along with lessons learned, and some laughter along the way.
Adam Hoots opens up about his experience fighting kidney transplant rejection. You’ll learn more about immunology and plasma apheresis that you ever wanted to know.
The skill set needed to be successful has changed. We need leaders that can communicate, adapt, and encourage to solve problems and build better. Tune in to the latest podcast to learn more in this interview with Dan Reynolds of Gilbane Building Company.
In this episode, Jordan Christensen tells us more about who he is and how he got to where he is now! Hold on as he discusses his amazing family life and how he found and developed his takt planning skills!
In this episode, Hoots is in restoration and recovery mode and takes the time to pause and reflect after an enormous week that took a lot of energy and effort out of him. Hoots talks about how important rest is to our soul and reads some feedback from a listener!
In this episode, Hoots reviews The Lean Builder Blog on Building Trust In the Workplace – 3 Dos and Don’ts. In addition, Hoots on the Ground gives additional ways on how to build, create, and maintain trust.
In this episode, Hoots interviews General Superintendent James Gable and Hunter Fuqua with Adolfson & Peterson. They tell their lean journey through each of their perspectives.
From the second the interview starts; you hear Gabe calling Hoots out for his handwriting ability. It’s a constant battle between these two and it starts here…
In this episode, Hoots introduces the Lean Builder nation to Brian Melcher with Field Verified. Brian gives us his story on how he went from becoming an accountant to chasing water for a living.
In this episode, Hoots on The Ground talks about trust and the book 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, where trust is the foundation of all things for a team. Once a solid basis of trust is established, then we can begin to have healthy conflict. With healthy conflict will come commitments that we will all be able to hold one another accountable for results!