Leaders Lead Themselves

Growing Influence, Part 2

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.

4 Tips to Eliminate Emotional Blind Spots

Are You in a Leadership Rut?

5 Ways to Break Old Habits and Shake Things Up

By Whit Mitchell

How to Master Self-Management; Prioritize Goals, Specify Actions and Be Accountable

In this short video, Founder and President of Bluewater Advisory, Mark Debinski discusses the four different realms of self-management and why this skill is so important for a leader to master.

5 Things You Need to do to be Successful at Just About Anything

By Dave Clark

Like the elusive fountain of youth, people are constantly looking for the magic recipe or the secret sauce to become successful. While there are far more successful people in the world than I am, I would like to share some things that have worked for me over the years. 

Why Should I Care About EQ?

By Ron Price 

To some, emotional intelligence (or EQ) can sound like the modern version of standing in a circle holding hands and singing kumbaya.

Many people undervalue the significance of developing emotional intelligence as part of professional development. However, there is an abundance of research that indicates this type of thinking isn’t very intelligent.

Optimize Your Leadership Potential

By Ron Price

I am in my fifth decade of working on what it means to be a leader. When I amalgamate my personal leadership experiences and those I’ve been honored to witness or even guide, I have realized that leadership isn’t relegated to the workplace. Leadership is any situation that gives to you the opportunity to lead.

How to Use Mindfulness to Improve Emotional Intelligence

Said another way, mindfulness can be thought of as bringing one's attention to experiences occurring in the present moment. It is a skill that can be developed and sharpened over time with practice, focus and repetition.

The Necessity of Managing Oneself

Self-management is the ability to prioritize goals and decide what must be done. In this short video, Andy Johnson points out that leaders don’t typically have someone managing them, so they have to manage themselves. It’s not an optional competency.

How to be successful by giving up these eight habits

It is inevitable that often times we can feel stuck in life, leading us to wonder how we can become successful. Knowing where to start often presents the biggest challenge. Maybe it is not necessarily what you can do to reach success, but rather what habits you can give up

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