Self Management

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

Getting Even Better at a Challenging Skill: Self Management (Part 2)

Dale Dixon and Ron Price continue their conversation about Self-Management. They talk about the two components of self-management: demonstrating self control and the ability to manage time and priorities. Ron gives several tools to help you and your team prioritize what is important on a daily, weekly, quarterly and annual basis. He talks about the importance of clarity and offers practical steps and resources for improving self-management today. 

One of the Most Difficult Skills: Self-Management (Part 1)

Today we talk with Ron Price, business advisor, speaker and coauthor of The Complete Leader. Ron talks about the four dimensions of self-management, and the power (and vulnerability) in being able to understand yourself. He gives tips for developing optimal self-control, and how learning this skill takes time and practice.

I Had No Clue I Was Doing That

Our guest is Rodger Price, executive coach, leadership advisor, and owner of Leading by Design. Rodger believes that giving feedback is the most important action a leader can take. He talks about the importance of being open to feedback, the value of a 360-degree evaluation, and why self-awareness begins with others. He gives us tips for offering unsolicited feedback, and questions to use when asking for feedback.

Self-Management with Hasan Tashin Gungor

In this short video, TCL faculty member Hasan Tahsin Gungor discusses how poor self-management and leadership can not coincide and ways to improve your self-management skills.

The Hidden Opportunity of Insecurity

By Justin Foster

No leader is 100% confident all of the time. Sure, leaders are expected to be confident and certain during pivotal moments, but we also understand that they are human. When rolling challenges arise, fatigue and stress numb the senses, and eventually insecurity begins to emerge. The difference between a great leader and a poor leader is how he or she views insecurity. 

The Machine That Runs Your Life

Today our guest is Steve Morris, who is a leadership consultant, the coauthor of Leadership Simple, and a partner at Choice Works. Steve defines the machine that runs your life, talks about the algorithm that explains everything human beings do, and identifies the three key elements that make up the triangle of choice. He gives us three questions to ask ourselves for increased self-awareness.

Be Your Own Tyrant: John D. Rockefeller’s Keys to Success

By Brett and Kate McKay

By age 25 John D. Rockefeller controlled one of the largest oil refineries in the nation.

By age 31 he had become the world’s largest oil refiner.

By age 38 he commanded 90% of the oil refined in the U.S.

By the time of his retirement at age 58, he was the richest man in the country.

By the time he died, he had become the richest man in the world.

Self-Awareness—The Number One Leadership Competency

Today we talk with Ron Price, executive advisor, speaker, author and CEO of Price Associates about the power of self-awareness. Ron tells us why self-awareness is the most important leadership skill, and gives some practical ways to develop self-awareness. He discusses why self-awareness can sometimes be challenging, but how great leaders must understand their strengths and weaknesses in order to have an impact.

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