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.
Ed Bonkemeyer is a retired Scott employee owner who played a pivotal role in the evolution of the Risk Performance Group. During his time at Scott, Ed was known for his commitment to learning deeply about the organizations he worked with in order to best serve, coach, and advise them. Ed challenged clients to think differently about true risk versus a focus on regulatory compliance but did it in a manner where he was the student and his clients were the teachers. His vision for focusing on what really matters and framework for serving clients continue to serve the Risk Performance Group to this day.
Mike Reese from SL Williamson discusses his journey as a Job Superintendent over the last 30 years and how he has learned from and collaborated with his employees to build a successful team.
Jason Curtis is the GM of Hotel Indigo Baltimore, a property managed by Chesapeake Hospitality. Jason brings a refreshing take on leading from the front, breaking down silos among his team members, developing his people, and getting his hands dirty to show his team how much he cares
Arlene Lee (CEO) and Shelomith Gonzalez (Safety Manager) of R.E. Lee Companies join the Scott RPG team to discuss their approach of “Event Learning” after incidents to improve their risk performance, operational efficiencies, and to enhance their organizational culture.