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George Hedley

George Hedley is a best-selling author, professional speaker, and business coach. He helps entrepreneurs and business owners build profitable companies. Email gh@hardhatpresentations.com to request a free copy of Everything Contractors Know About Making A Profit! or signup for his e-newsletter. To hire George to speak, attend his Profit-Builder Circle academy or find out how he can help your company grow, call 800-851-8553, or visit www.hardhatpresentations.com.

76 articles by George Hedley:

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Make Project Team Leaders Accountable and Responsible for Results

Make Project Team Leaders Accountable and Responsible for Results

If I asked each of your construction project managers, field superintendents and crew foremen exactly what they were accountable and responsible for, would they know? Full story

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Stop Doing Change Orders for Free

Stop Doing Change Orders for Free

If you were asked by a good friend to pour money down the drain, would you do it to make them happy and avoid conflict? No! Full story

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What Positions Do You Need to Fill?

What Positions Do You Need to Fill?

When you don’t fill positions with people who have the talent, potential or experience to accept full responsibility, your company won’t get to the next level. Full story

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Develop a Simple Shop Drawing and Submittal System That Works

Develop a Simple Shop Drawing and Submittal System That Works

How many times have you been delayed on construction projects when you don’t have all the necessary approvals in time to order materials and keep the job moving? Full story

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Motivate With Money

Motivate With Money

Construction business owners seem to be looking for the magic bullet that will motivate their people to work harder and produce more. Full story

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Does Your BIZ Work for You?

Does Your BIZ Work for You?

Building a great construction business is not easy. It takes a burning desire to grow, make a profit, and continually improve. Full story

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Are Employees Stealing From You?

Are Employees Stealing From You?

Everyone wants to trust their employees, but you must have controls to keep honest people honest. Full story

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How to hire right!

How to hire right!

I’ve learned that most construction company owners have a common fear: the fear of hiring the wrong person. Full story

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Project management, field crew meetings that work

Project management, field crew meetings that work

Too often, managers call too many meetings to report on what’s happening without involving the attendees, having meaningful discussions, or adjourning with an action plan. Full story

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Catch George Hedley at World of Concrete

Catch George Hedley at World of Concrete

George Hedley will be presenting four seminars during World of Concrete, Feb. 1 through 4, 2016, in Las Vegas. Full story

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Don’t wear four hats

Don’t wear four hats

As a construction business owner or manager, you struggle to get it all done. Why? You’re trying to be and do four different things or business tasks simultaneously. Full story

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Make people accountable and responsible

Make people accountable and responsible

Want to know why employees aren’t accountable or responsible? The real reason is their boss or, perhaps, you! You don’t make them accountable or responsible! Full story

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Prioritizing people

Prioritizing people

There are great people looking for great jobs. And if you can’t find them, perhaps they just don’t want to work for your company and what it has to offer. Full story

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People follow the leader

People follow the leader

People don’t want to follow big, bad bosses who order people around. People want to follow a leader who has a passionate vision, specific targets and goals. Full story

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Have you noticed me lately?

Have you noticed me lately?

Construction is a difficult business, with lots of moving parts. On every project, there are 5,947 chances for things to go wrong. Full story

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Does your timecard work for you?

Does your timecard work for you?

The main purpose of construction field crew timecards is to keep track of employee hours, so you can pay them properly for the hours they work, right? Not entirely. Full story

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Pre-plan your projects

Pre-plan your projects

The time invested in planning your projects will be worth many times more than the cost. Full story

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How to set and track project goals

How to set and track project goals

To achieve or beat construction project goals, your field crew and team leaders must know what you want them to accomplish. Full story

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What should your overhead mark-up include?

What should your overhead mark-up include?

Without an understanding of your numbers, working hard in a financial vacuum keeps you busy and broke, instead of productive and profitable. Full story

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Replace yourself with written systems

Replace yourself with written systems

During my first seven years building my construction company, I tried to do too much myself, because we didn’t have any written systems or training programs. Full story



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IMS Masonry, Inc.
MCAA member since 1996

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