From Tech to Fashion to Beer: CEO Ellis McCue’s Journey to Territory Foods

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From Tech to Fashion to Beer: CEO Ellis McCue’s Journey to Territory Foods
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To wrap up our focus on Women’s History Month, Kassi O’Brien, Scott Benefits Consultant, and Nancy Ahrens, Scott Risk Advisor, introduce our listeners to Ellis McCue, CEO of Territory Foods.  Ellis shares her fascinating personal and professional journey that led her to Territory, discusses COVID-related pivots, and provides great insights surrounding capital raising and leading remote teams.

Supervisor Insights: Ego Gets in the Way

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Supervisor Insights: Ego Gets in the Way
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Harley Castor is the Safety Director for Commercial Steel Erection. He has been a multiple position player who understands and appreciates the nuance of the work.  His varied experience as a customer service manager at Walmart, steel crew ironworker, heavy equipment drive and crane operator has given him a perspective on leadership and collaboration that is worth a listen.

 

Kanawha Stone’s Supervisor Insights – Respect the Guys in the Dirt

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Kanawha Stone's Supervisor Insights - Respect the Guys in the Dirt
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Lance Pritt, Superintendent for Kanawha Stone, isn’t shy about giving his take on the fundamentals of leadership in the field. Join us in listening to Lance’s story, what matters to him, and how he gets the best out of his team in the field.

 

Engaging and Involving the Workforce

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Engaging and Involving the Workforce
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In this episode, Jacob Dahlin and Alex Shaw are joined by Darin Carr of Gapview Consulting to discuss workforce engagement and how to effectively involve them as leaders. In addition to involving your workforce, Darin covers how to build good leaders and how to be a good leader.

Supervisor Insights: The Nails Need to Face the Right Direction!

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Supervisor Insights: The Nails Need to Face the Right Direction!
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Marty Nicklow and Kai Bollinger are Superintendents at R.E. Lee Companies and both working in the construction industry for most of their lives. During this episode, we discuss some of the dynamics they face in their roles – from interacting with owners and architects to keeping morale among their people high and the value of staying positive and flexible.