Construction Business Coach to Present Tools for Sustaining Business Growth at World of Concrete Trade Show and Conference

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Business and life coach Clay S. Nelson will give construction business owners a fresh look at tools for improving leadership skills, employee efficiency and long term business growth and profitability in two presentations at the upcoming World of Concrete 2008 trade show and conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Accountability is an invaluable tool for all aspects of running a business

Business leadership and accountability will take center stage for attendees of the World of Concrete 2008 trade show and conference in Las Vegas, Nevada as nationally-known business and life coach Clay Nelson presents two programs on January 21st, 2008 designed to help business owners and management implement the tools necessary for sustaining business growth.

Getting Back to Leadership Basics

In today's challenging times, companies can't afford to have their leaders, those responsible for sustaining the company's direction, motivation, and profitability, be anything but the leaders they are paid to be. This program will help leaders get centered and in touch with who they are as leaders, what their jobs as leaders really are, and how they, as leaders, can grow their team members into powerful leaders and build a team that has great success.

"As a leader, it's your job to build a powerful team of unstoppable people, who are capable of carrying out the vision you create for the company," Nelson explains. "If you're constantly in a reactionary mode, putting out fires and barking orders, you're just creating a culture of followers. A company of followers will never grow--to grow your company, you need to grow your team!"

Accountability = Success

Accountability = Success shows the power accountability has to create fun, excitement, and take the guess work out of what is expected from whom and by when!

  • Discover the tools needed to set and track goals
  • Learn how to ask for help and communicate effectively
  • Make accountability a part of the company's toolbox for success

"Accountability is an invaluable tool for all aspects of running a business," Nelson says, "from having a great home life, to running a productive office, to maintaining an efficient environment at the jobsite and all points in between. Management needs to know how to ask for help so they don't wear themselves out trying to do everything themselves, and the team needs to know how to communicate what they need so that everyone is clear on what needs to be done to complete projects on time, on budget, and to keep the customer happy."

Mr. Nelson spent 14 years as a contractor and has been coaching clients in the construction and remodeling industry for the past two decades. He has been a featured speaker at several national construction events and conferences this year, including the Northwest Builders Show and NAHB Custom Builder Symposium, and is scheduled to present at the 2008 International Builders Show this February in Orlando, FL. Nelson's presentations and workshops on business and life balance concepts give conference attendees the insights, encouragement, and straightforward tools they need to get the most out of their conference experience and keep the momentum going once they've returned to the jobsite.

Clay Nelson Life Balance was founded out of Nelson's own life philosophy: To teach what one has learned in life is the greatest gift one has to give. The company's innovative programs teach individuals and businesses how to set goals, get past what stops them from accomplishing them, and create written plans that help them attain extraordinary results.

For more information about Clay Nelson's speaking schedule, and to learn more about the products and services Clay Nelson Life Balance provides for contractors and remodelers, please visit http://www.claynelsonlifebalance.com . For more information about World of Concrete 2008 and to register, visit http://www.worldofconcrete.com/ .

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