Part 2 – How a Professional Painting Company Picks the Right People

November 10, 2008

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Leadership Qualities for a Professional Painting Company Crew

If you want to put together an outstanding painting crew, start by looking for a leader, someone who can understand the larger picture of a project and is able to consistently communicate that knowledge as needed to the other workers on the crew. Other leadership qualities that are highly desirable include the ability to interpret directions from a project manager, solid professional painting experience, diplomatic skills, sound judgment and excellent problem solving skills.

Front Line Workers for a Professional Painting Company Crew

Some employees are natural craftsmen, and prefer to work on the fine details of a project. Other employees are workhorses, able to get a lot of work done in a short amount of time. A professional painting company encourages crew leaders to match the natural strengths of the workers to the tasks presented by a project.

Morale for a Professional Painting Company Crew

Morale is a very important part of a successful work crew. Fighting, rivalries and personal complaints will interfere with the work at hand. In order to produce quality results every time, a work crew must be able to do more than just get along. The people and personalities have to click, and if they don’t click, the crew leader needs to be perceptive enough to notice the problem and skilled enough to deal with the issue before it affects a project negatively.

Recognizing the value of people is key in the success of all companies.

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