Michelle Ensuque: Coaching for Change Management in Construction
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9M ago
Michelle Ensuque, Director at Meliusse Ltd joins us to discuss coaching for change management in construction, covering: what is neuro linguistic programming (NLP), how attitudes to change differ across industries, typical reasons for clients to work with a change management coach, barriers to change, how to address negative behaviours, and top tips for creating a successful change management ..read more
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Nigel Burton: What is acoustics consultancy
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9M ago
In this episode, we chat to Nigel Burton, Director of Acoustics at Temple about what acoustics consultancy is, and why it's on the rise.  ..read more
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Stefan Prins: The expanding role of the Architect
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9M ago
We chat to Stefan Prins, Partner Architect at Powerhouse Company about: the expanding role of the architect, the need to move away from providing niche services and provide a full base product service, the benefits of a complete in-house service team, why the industry is lagging in adapting to change, what digitisation means for the expanding role of the architect how it will shape the industry ..read more
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Félicie Krikler: How to boost wellbeing through good design   
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9M ago
Félicie Krikler, Director at Assael, joins us on the 'Changing Construction' podcast to discuss how to boost wellbeing through good design, covering: how can we maintain positive feelings within our surroundings, changes since homeworking, the effects of elements on wellbeing, myths around density and wellbeing, and the need for post-occupancy evaluation ..read more
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Torill Bigg: The difference between carbon net-zero and carbon-neutral
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9M ago
Dr Torill Bigg, Chief Carbon Reduction Engineer at Tunley Engineering joins us on the 'Changing Construction' podcast to discuss the difference between carbon net-zero and carbon-neutral, covering: how this difference currently impacting the climate, what we can expect to see after the Paris agreement, misconceptions of net-zero, how the built environment needs to adapt, and the need to be proactive rather than reactive ..read more
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Peter Hodgson: Starting your construction cybersecurity journey
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9M ago
Peter Hodgson, the UK Engineering Director at Viewpoint, joins us on the 'Changing Construction' podcast to discuss starting your cybersecurity journey, covering: The types of cyber-attacks on corporations, different types of certifications to provide peace of mind, how to get the best value from certifications, the importance of being confident with the basic's of cybersecurity, and the key cybersecurity evaluation points to consider ..read more
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Claire Donnelly: Life on site during the pandemic and the future of site work
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9M ago
Claire Donnelly, Shift Engineer at Tideway London, joins us to discuss life on-site during the pandemic. We chat about her experiences during the first 6 months of the pandemic, the impact on productivity and processes, the role technology plays in modernising site work and increasing collaboration, an overreliance on paper trails, and what the future of site work looks like ..read more
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Brian Ringley: The role of robotics within the future of Construction
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9M ago
We are joined by Brian Ringley, Construction Technology Manager at Boston Dynamics, to chat about the history of Boston Dynamics, why companies are automating and the impact of doing so, the role of 'Spot' in data capture, how the pandemic has acted as an accelerator, problems with BIM, and advice for adopting the use of robotics within Construction ..read more
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Michaela Wain: Construction marketing for non-marketing people
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9M ago
Michaela Wain, Founder and Managing Director at Framework Marketing, joins us to discuss marketing for non-marketing people in the Construction industry. We chat about why marketing is necessary for Construction firms, the industry's general appreciation of marketing and the common challenges, how firms can improve their outreach, real-life examples of marketing done well, advice for in-house marketers and leaders to scale the business, and more ..read more
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Richard Davis and Richard Dickins: Achieving Social Value Quality Mark Level 2
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9M ago
Richard Davis, Director at Kier, and Richard Dickins, Managing Director at Social Value Business, join us to discuss achieving Social Value Quality Mark Level 2. We chat about Kier’s journey, how you can measure Social Value Quality, and the benefits companies can see if they choose to make it a business priority. Topics include pledges during the bidding process, examples of what Kier does in achieving Social Value Quality Mark Level 2, standard measurements required for the future, how the audit works, and more ..read more
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