Amerimix
BMJ Stone
Echelon Masonry
EZG Manufacturing
Federated Insurance
Fraco USA, Inc.
Hohmann and Barnard, Inc.
Hydro Mobile, Inc.
iQ Power Tools
Kennison Forest Products, Inc.
Mortar Net Solutions
Non-Stop Scaffolding
Pullman Ermator
SPEC MIX LLC
Stabila
Tradesmen's Software, Inc.

Coach Gary Micheloni

Gary Micheloni is a working project manager, speaker, author, consultant and coach. He has severals years of industry experience, including a background as a licensed general engineering contractor. For further information and insight on the Full Contact Project Management approach, write Coach Gary at FullContactTeam@gmail.com.

130 articles by Coach Gary Micheloni:

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When leadership ‘stands tall’

When leadership ‘stands tall’

I recently watched a new football movie, “When the Game Stands Tall,” which has very little to do with football, and everything to do with life. Full story

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Your business can’t look like training camp

Your business can’t look like training camp

Professional sports and professional masonry have much in common. Let’s look at pro football, for example. Full story

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Why Tony was always a winner

Why Tony was always a winner

In talking about leadership, it’s a help to have great examples of people who have accomplished much and made a difference. I try to do that here, each month. Full story

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Sally Ride and other heroes

Sally Ride and other heroes

Rarely does success happen accidentally. You need a plan. So, here’s the question: What’s your game plan to move your business further into success this year? Full story

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“Under the Bus” company leadership

“Under the Bus” company leadership

For those who follow that sort of thing (and I don’t), as I write this, it’s Draft Day in the NFL. This seems to be a big deal to those rabid sports fans among us. Full story

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Game Day Leadership: The difference between play day and game day

Game Day Leadership: The difference between play day and game day

It's a funny time to talk about football, what with the madness of March basketball having just ended in April, and Major League Baseball underway. Full story

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Loser’s limp and failure face

Loser’s limp and failure face

Like many in America, I did watch some of the Winter Olympics. But I was particularly struck this time, not by the thrill of victory, but rather the agony of defeat. Full story

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Black belt leadership

Black belt leadership

Just as martial artists are recognized by the belts they’ve earned, so is your company, in a way: the projects you’ve built, the canyons your team has bridged. Full story

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Star leadership: A model for contractors

Star leadership: A model for contractors

You can tell something about the greatness of a person by studying his life: Did he walk the walk, or was he just a “talker?” Full story

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Mandela-style leadership

Mandela-style leadership

My plan all along was to use the January column as a look into 2014. But crashing into my thought processes was the death of Nelson Mandela. Full story

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Noble leadership: The holiday gift we really need

Noble leadership: The holiday gift we really need

There’s an old story that begins, “Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and Billy Graham are all having dinner together…” Full story

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Lead like Lincoln

Lead like Lincoln

So you think you’ve got problems? Not sure if you can even stay in business? Look at this “impressive” list of failures from one of America’s greatest leaders. Full story

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‘Wiley’ leadership with thanks and purpose

‘Wiley’ leadership with thanks and purpose

I’m thankful for a lot of things, particularly so as the Thanksgiving season approaches. But a recent “blessed” occasion has me not so thankful at the moment. Full story

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The battle that shaped a country

The battle that shaped a country

You can hardly read a newspaper or watch television these days without being reminded of a piece of U.S. history: the Battle of Gettysburg. Full story

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Sept. 11: Leadership lessons learned

Sept. 11: Leadership lessons learned

It was the 4th of July, and I found myself screaming at the television – again! Guess I was feeling less than patriotic – or maybe overly patriotic – I’m not sure which. Full story

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Leadership under fire

Leadership under fire

We see, in our midst, exceptional people doing incredible things. By contrast, our mission is simple. Get good training and make smart decisions. Full story

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Reasons for fireworks

Reasons for fireworks

July and fireworks: Whether it be the views and ideas of the MCAA, or the beliefs of the men and women of the masonry industry: Independence Day is huge for all of us. Full story

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Brick wall leadership

Brick wall leadership

I want you to meet my new best friend, Randy, who I just met yesterday – in a YouTube video. Full story

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Alamo-style leadership

Alamo-style leadership

So many famous battles are important parts of the American story. Rank them however you will, but the Battle of the Alamo will always be near the top. Full story

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Leading when no one is watching

Leading when no one is watching

Your competitors should know that you are going to give them a run for their money, and they will know that you expect to win. You never give up. Full story



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Addison Kalish
KMI-Kalish Masonry, LLC
MCAA member since 2011

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