On Jan. 14, NECA launched the NECA Podcast Network (NPN), featuring regular content across a range of critical industry issues. The series of podcasts will cover the latest technology, labor relations and safety guidance, and the latest news and updates from the world of NECA.
The first podcast, available now, is “Innovation Overload,” created by NECA’s Technology and Innovation team. This podcast helps contractors make sense of these tools and decide what is right for their business. Each week, the NECA Innovation Team and a weekly guest discuss and tackle problems contractors across the country are facing. In the first episode, Dan Shea, COO of Shea Electric in Oshkosh, Wis., shares his journey and passion as an electrical contractor. New episodes are released every Thursday.
All NPN podcasts were created to engage and excite NECA members across the country, as well as provide an outlet for NECA experts to share their knowledge and experience with the industry. The NECA Podcast Network will continue to expand with new shows throughout 2021 and into the future, covering all aspects of the electrical contracting world.
Here are some of the shows coming in the weeks ahead:
NECA Live: Join host David Meade each week as he dives into all things NECA and the electrical industry with guests from across the association. “NECA Live” also be viewed live each Monday on LinkedIn, at 1 p.m. eastern.
Labored Thoughts: Labor Relations is crucial to the success of NECA and its member companies. Join NECA’s labor relations experts for a bi-weekly discussion of all this complicated topic entails.
Think Like a Leader: This interview series, presented by ELECTRI International, introduces listeners to some of the most successful contractors and electrical industry leaders in the United States.
The NECA Podcast Network can be found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, the Google Store, and on Buzzsprout.
NECA is the voice of the $171 billion electrical construction industry that brings power, light and communication technology to buildings and communities across the United States. NECA’s national office in Washington, D.C., and 118 local chapters advance the industry through advocacy, education, research and standards development. Go to: www.necanet.org for more information.