9/11/14 Dealing With Loss – Construction Chat Questions

Are you in the construction industry? Do you want to build up your following? Are you looking to connect with the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) commimageunity?

You’re in luck!

Joining our weekly Twitter Chat may just be the right thing for you.

Construction Chat is was started May 8, 2014, and is hosted by us on Thursday mornings at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time.

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How to Join a Chat:

1. Follow the hashtag on Twitter (but don’t forget to add #ConstChat manually after your tweet or we won’t see your tweet).

2. Use Hootsuite or TweetDeck and make a column for #ConstChat (but don’t forget to put #ConstChat manually after your tweet).

3. Go to the Twubs page for #ConstChat.

4. My preferred method is using TweetChat. Just go here and log in with your Twitter account. You can even highlight the moderator so you don’t miss questions.

This week’s topic is dealing with loss.


Small companies most often give the feeling of being part of a team or family. Loss of one of those members through death is complex emotionally.

Last Saturday, one of our superintendents unexpectedly passed away.

Thanks to Window Works for the topic suggestion. I was considering canceling.

Q1. How many people work in your office?

Q2. Do you get together often for activities?

Q3. Does an unexpected departure (quit/terminated) affect the rest of the team?

Q4. How do you deal with loss in that situation?

Q5. Have you experienced death of a current or former coworker?

Q6. How did the company deal with the loss?

Q7. How did you cope with the loss?

Q8. What is your advice in dealing with grief?

Do you have a burning question you’d like answered? Feel free to add it in the comments.

See you at the chat!

See more of our Construction Chat posts here.

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