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During the past few years, a focus on the need to invest in the development of our people has been diverted. As contractors hire more people to support new work, we must recognize that some of our talented veterans left the industry and are not coming back. As we hire newer people with less experience, there is a significant need to train them, especially as Baby Boomers continue to retire at increasing rates.
1. Examine training trends, challenges, concerns and innovations and their impact on the construction industry in the past year
2. Identify the successful training and development strategies required to maximize performance and develop a culture of accountability
3. Utilize these techniques and strategies to advance talent development practices within your company
4. Observe what practices leading construction firms from across the country have adapted into their strategic plan
As a senior consultant with FMI, Jeremy specializes in the areas of market and growth strategy, business development, change management, and productivity and project management. He is able to tap the breadth and depth of his colleagues as well as leverage his prior experience to tackle the tough issues plaguing clients in this shifting industry.
Prior to joining FMI, Jeremy served several years in the construction industry in various field and office positions, and gained four years of experience in strategy and operations consulting. While working for a Big 4 management consultancy, he served large corporate and government owners by creating effective and efficient real estate and capital management programs. Gaining unique perspective from both the field and corporate levels, he understands organizations from the bottom up and top down. His acute analytical, communication, and problem-solving skills are invaluable to his clients, and he is able to quickly comprehend root causes of problems and work with clients to create solutions to their most pressing issues.
Jeremy received his bachelor of science in management with a minor in MIS from the Pennsylvania State University and his master of science in real estate and construction management from the University of Denver. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design accredited professional (LEED AP).
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