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Engaging Essential Skills in Construction: Learn How and Why


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Construction Communication Article:
"Considering the complexity of our work, construction is an advanced playing field that requires proficiency in these executive functions. " Well Works

Critical thinking, decision-making, problem-solving, planning, self-control, etc., have become essential skills in the construction industry, impacting not only the success of our projects, teams, and industry but also our workers' mental health and well-being. These skills (also known as executive functions) are activated and engaged in a very energy-expensive region of our brain called the prefrontal cortex. While these skills are inherent to every human, like any other skill, the more awareness, exercise, and training we focus on this brain region to improve these skills, the more effectively we engage and implement them. Considering the complexity of our work, construction is an advanced playing field that requires proficiency in these executive functions. Amateurs and avoidance won't cut it; therefore, training is not optional...


Read the rest of the article (button below) published in Colorado Construction & Design Magazine's, Winter '24 issue to learn about how to engage these critical construction executive functions.




 

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