Rand joins Dale Carnegie Training of North Central U.S. SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Dale Carnegie Training of North Central U.S. has announced Brian Rand, co-founder of The Bakery, will join its team in Sioux Falls as a business consultant. In his new role, Rand will be helping area leaders transform their organizations by identifying and addressing barriers to their success.
Schloss appointed to South Dakota Bar Association's Family Law Committee
Impact Dakota names business development officer BISMARCK, N.D. – Impact Dakota has hired Brad Boyd as its business development officer. Boyd is responsible for managing sales and business development with...
Architecture Inc. announces registration SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Architecture Inc. has anounced that Alaina Hardie has passed her Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification test. Hardie is a registered interior designer,...
Cornerstone Bank promotes four Rob Carlson, vice president/mortgage banking, is now overseeing the bank's North Dakota home mortgage consultants. Carlson joined Cornerstone Bank in August 2013 as vice president/mortgage banking...
Q: How do construction companies recruit employees for all levels and positions successfully? A: The four principal avenues of recruitment in the order of productive results are:
Q: What major trends are you seeing in the construction industry? A: One of the major trends in our region is how our homeowners are truly customizing their homes to their own styles and needs. Our homeowners are coming to the initial meeting with their ideabook folders from Houzz.com or Pinterest, showing us the end results they are looking at for their space.
It's that time of year again! Time to nominate impressive people for Prairie Business' annual 40 Under 40 list. We are looking for young professionals who are making significant impacts in their chosen profession, industry and communities. Nominees can be entrepreneurs, industry experts, executives or nonprofit or community leaders. Previous honorees have included business owners, patent holders, venture capitalists, corporate executives, economic developers and community trendsetters.
Q: What would you recommend companies building their first large project be aware of before they get started? A: JH: It’s important for companies to be realistic about the project and understand all aspects that will be involved. It can be a major undertaking, but with the right team, proper planning and goal setting, it can be a very rewarding experience.
Q: What do you think are the most important skills a construction worker in your sector of the industry needs to possess?