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Remodeling Mastery: Leadership Team & Interview with Andy Wells, CEO of Normandy Design Build Remodeling

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Remodeling Mastery: Leadership Team & Interview with Andy Wells, CEO of Normandy Design Build Remodeling

With intentional leadership, home improvement companies can create stronger, more effective leadership teams that are ready to tackle challenges and crush goals. 


September 22, 2020
Remodeling Mastery Mark Richardson

In the latest episode of Remodeling Mastery by Mark Richardson, the show's host and namesake explores what it means to be a good leader and how to organize workers into a cohesive team working toward the same goals. With intentional leadership, Richardson says that companies can create stronger, more effective leadership teams that are ready to tackle challenges and crush goals. 

In the second half of the show, Richardson interviews Andy Wells, CEO of Normandy Design Build Remodeling, a company serving the Chicagoland area–about his experiences with his own leadership team. At first, Wells' team did not have a formal leadership structure. Spoiler: As the company grew, they needed one.

Here are seven key factors that Richardson says will lead to better leadership. 

  1. Make your leadership team a priority. 
  2. Take inventory.
  3. Visualize and communicate.
  4. Alignment is crucial. 
  5. Make sure the members are investing in themselves. 
  6. Listen to diffident voices in the room. 
  7. Change.

Listen to the podcast to learn what these factors mean and how you can achieve them. 


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