4 December 2016
"For Lou Bieker, AIA, principal at 4240 Architecture, in Denver, training new leaders requires those in charge to hand over responsibilities regarding project and business operations immediately, while providing guidance along the way. With client permission, he designates them as project managers and as the client’s primary points of contact.
Bieker believes in this approach because this is how he got his own start. “I was put in a position at a very young age to go to meetings and interact with clients,” he says. “It was scary and intimidating, and these are fancy clients, but, man, do you learn fast."
Note: This article was written by Nate Berg and published by Architect Magazine.
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