About Eric Anderton
Eric Anderton has more than two decades of career and entrepreneurial business experience, alongside 25 years of public speaking, small group facilitation and one-on-one mentoring.
He is a trusted leadership advisor, executive mentor and expert meeting facilitator for construction companies that range in revenue from $10 million - $1 billion.
Since 2004 he has helped his clients increase profitability by clarifying their business purpose, building strategic plans, developing their best people, systematically innovating through obstacles, and executing their most important priorities.
He has a BA in History and has spent almost 30 years studying ancient and modern history, leadership and strategic principles.
He knows that technology changes and empires rise and fall, but the fears, frustrations, desires, and aspirations of humanity remain the same.
He is a happily married father of five. He has contributed to the community as a coach of Little League and Youth Soccer. In addition, he has volunteered as a Chaplain for the California State University (Sacramento) football team.
Construction Leadership Insights
3 Ways You Can Prepare for An Effective Problem-Solving Meeting I relax by baking chocolate chip cookies A couple of weeks ago, I got home after a pressure packed day, and decided to bake. The recipe called for baking soda, and since I didn’t have any in the house, I substituted baking powder. The first […]
On Saturday I astonished my wife She comes from a very practical family. Her dad is a handy-man savant, one of her brothers is general contractor, another owns a commercial window installation business. In practical matters, men in her family are skilled, creative and proactive. I’m the exact opposite. Thankfully, my wife is a patient […]
Is Employee Loyalty a Thing of the Past? Have you ever heard of Hachiko, the golden-brown Akita dog? Hachiko was a familiar sight at the Shibuya train station in Tokyo, Japan. Each evening he would go down to the station to greet his owner Mr. Ueno on his return from work at the local university. […]