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In this short video, Executive Coach and TCL faculty member Ryan Lisk talks about the importance of improving your ability of persuasion in a logical and reasonable manner.

By Ron Price

There is an old story about a fellow in the ancient world, who upon learning about diamonds, sold his successful farm and spent his fortune traveling the world in search of the gems. Several years after he died, having never found the diamonds he sought, others discovered the largest diamond mine ever found—on the farm he had sold to begin his quest.

Just for a moment, let’s pretend there was a special machine that took a retina scan of every employee in your business and,...

Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price continue their conversation about Project Management. Ron explains why a project's success depends on outlining the desired results, and shares the questions he asks at the beginning of a project to help identify the outcome you want. Dale and Ron explore the connection between Goal Achievement and Project Management--and lay out how a project management system can help you become more effective in your daily work.

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In this short video, Executive Coach and Team Health Specialist Andy Johnson talks about how conflict management in the workplace is critical for us to function and move towards performance, outcomes, and all kinds of measures of health.

By Dr. Francis Eberle

Every spring I get reacquainted with my bicycle. For me cycling is recreational, social, competitive, and great exercise. While riding, cyclists talk, solve the problems, reminisce, “take a turn” at the front and wait if someone lags behind. The first group rides of the year often take a slightly different tone. The pace quickens when the road is flat, or someone will likely push themselves hard up a hill to get to the top before everyone else. On these rides everyone...

Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price discuss Project Management and how it encompasses all 25 of the competencies in The Complete Leader. Ron gives a checklist of what needs to be defined at the front end of a project. He challenges listeners to think about how they could be more successful by improving the skill of project management. Tune in to the next episode to learn how to create a pathway for defining results and how to put a plan into place.

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By Whit Mitchell

My favorite method of executive coaching (and by far the most impactful for my clients) is called Inner Circle Coaching. It is a team effort that relies on feedback and partnership from a leader’s inner circle to help that leader see his or her blind spots, and to create long-term success and changed behaviors.  

Why do it this way? In order to create change, I’ve found that it is extremely effective to involve the people who work directly with the leader I...

Today host Dale Dixon talks with Ron Price and Stacy Ennis, authors of Growing Influence, to discuss the premise of the book, the storyline, and the development of the characters. They talk about the book's lesson of growing influence through three dimensions of leadership: character, experts and position. Ron explains how the book can help readers uncover their capacity for influence in their world.

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By Ron Price

These days you hear and read a lot about innovation. It’s the common buzzword and there are constantly new articles and blogs written about it, but most of it is simply a rehashing of what has been written in the past. There’s very little new thought going into innovation, which is ironic if you think about it. 

This is part of the reason Dr. Evans Baiya and I decided to write The Innovator’s Advantage. We wanted to share with leaders the link between innovation and people...

In this short video, Executive Advisor and Organizational Excellence Coach Lori McNeill discusses the importance of focusing on a change management strategy and why it can be challenging for companies.

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