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This webinar will provide contractors and subcontractors with an overview of how to properly empower their frontline supervisors to become more engaged leaders.

 Attendees will learn how to improve revenue and profit through their foremen and crew leaders by teaching them how to manage for safety, quality, production, and project obligations while also showing them the soft skills necessary for good communication and building trust.

John Kenney is the Chief Executive Officer at Cotney Consulting Group (CCG). Prior to starting CCG, John had 45 years of experience in the construction industry. 

John began his career by working as a roofing apprentice at a family business in the northeast. Because of his skill and hard work, he progressed from Roofing Laborer to Foreman, Estimator, Chief Estimator, Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer with his various companies. 

John has worked for multiple Top 100 Roofing Contractors and is intimately familiar with all aspects of roofing production, estimating, and operations. In his last role, John was responsible for the daily operations and performance of a large commercial roofing contractor. During his tenure, John ran business units associated with delivering excellent workmanship and unparalleled customer service while ensuring healthy net profits for his company.


Original air date: Wednesday, March 15th, 12 - 12:45 pm EST

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