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9 Habits of Influential People Who Have Succeeded In The Construction, Engineering Industries

by Michael M DeSafey

posted in Business

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9 Habits of Influential People Who Have Succeeded In The Construction, Engineering And Environmental Industries.
Influential people in the construction, engineering and environmental industries come from many diverse backgrounds, but share several common traits that have made them successful. While we notice the external signs of greatness, it is their inward attributes that make them the exceptional people they are.
Being an influential person in the construction, engineering and environmental industries takes a lot of dedication, but there are many habits anyone can cultivate to turn themselves into a leader that others look up to. To be influential in your industry, try to internalize these effective habits:
1. Think For Yourself
Influential people do their own research and come up with their own conclusions. They are open to new information and willing to integrate new facts into their analysis, but they don't make decisions based on what other people will think.
2. Be Open To Discussion & Disagreement
Influential people are not afraid of a little disagreement. They are willing to discuss all the possibilities, consider other points of view and still remain committed to trusting their own judgement and instincts. They aren't threatened by the ideas of others and value the strengths of each member of their team.
3. Question the Status Quo
To be influential is to be about change and improvement. Influential people challenge assumptions and question the way things have always been done. They also care about the newest technologies and methods relevant to their industry.
4. Build Industry Relationships
Influential people build relationships and leverage their networks with others in the construction, engineering and environmental industries. They put in the effort to sustain mutually beneficial arrangements built on trust and respect for each other's areas of expertise.
5. Know What Matters
Influencers know what matters most to them and their business, in the now and for the future. They are able to get past old thinking, controversy and gimmicks to the heart of the matter. They don't waste anyone's time and are precise and reliable.
6. Excite & Inspire Others
It may seem obvious to say influential people influence others to be great, but it is true. They inspire others to talk, share and grow. They elicit conversations and encourage people to look critically and with fresh eyes.
7. Be Prepared & Proactive
Influential people in these industries come to the table with the information they need to make decisions and are proactive about addressing potential issues before they even come up.
8. Be Responsive & Solution-Oriented
Influential people don't just react to a crisis but respond in an engaged and considered manner. They are all about solutions, not avoiding or denying problems.
9. Be An Optimist
Influential people know they can make a difference, and they believe in the power of others to make a difference too. They transfer their own excitement about the impact construction, engineering and environmental practices can have on the world. They look to the future.
In short, influencers influence their own thinking first and infuse what they do with passion, confidence and genuine connections. Influencers influence others by sharing their skills and insights while encouraging others to be their best as well.
About the Author: Michael DeSafey is a leading executive recruiter for professionals in the construction, engineering and environmental industries. He is currently the President of Webuild Staffing (www.webuildstaffing.com). To learn more about Michael or Follow his Blog please visit http://www.michaeldesafey.com

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