Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - July/August 2017 - 30
AND IMPART ADVICE
"The most important thing
we do every day as leaders is
make sure our employees are
safe. What you prioritize is what
your employees prioritize."
-Mark Helm, NSSGA chairman and
president and CEO of Dolese Bros. Co.
"The more you read and learn,
the more it sets you up for success in life. Education sets you
up for life because it prepares
you for the unknown. You don't
know when you'll need information you don't currently have."
-Bill Sandbrook, president and CEO
of U.S. Concrete
"The measure of a good leader
is dealing with losses. When the
chips are down and things are
not going well, people will look
to you for your reaction. Being
calm and focused on solutions
steers people to the task at hand."
-J. Thomas Hill, chairman, president
and CEO of Vulcan Materials Company
"Get out of your comfort zone,
take chances. Your destiny is not
something that is waiting for
you, its waiting to be achieved."
-Steve Trussell, Arizona Rock
Products Association executive director
"Balancing is a tough thing to
do, with so much going on in our
lives. Choose one thing that's the most important thing of the day, it may be related to
work or it may be personal, and get it done."
-Anne H. Lloyd, chief financial officer of
"Leaders set an example,
and that's especially true of
family-owned businesses. If your
name is on the side of the building,
it's so important to set a good example for the rest of the employees."
-Sean K. McLanahan, CEO of
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