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Closing the Leadership Development Gap at ATD

Last month Ron Price spoke at the International Association for Talent Development (ATD) Conference in Atlanta about the state of leadership development. The topic was so engaging for attendees of the conference that there was standing room only in his session. We talked with Ron about why he thinks the subject of gaps in leadership development is so popular with companies right now. 

Goal Achievement: Utilizing the S.M.A.R.T. Model

In this short video, Chief of Staff for Price Associates Dr. Bobby Sanchez discusses Goal Achievement and how to set goals that are S.M.A.R.T..

Honing Presenting Skills

Host Dale Dixon and The Complete Leader co-author Ron Price discuss the importance of presenting skills for a leader. They talk about why the digital era has helped people get more exposure to speaking, and in turn become more comfortable with their own unique presenting styles. And Dale, who is a speaking coach, gives a series of tips for creating a presentation (from start to finish) that will engage and inspire audiences.

Tomorrow Will Be a Better Day

Leadership Lessons From Poverty in India

The Five Elements of Practiced Creativity

By Courtney Feider

Conceptual Thinking: Creating Theories

In this short video, Innovation and Technology Strategist Dr. Evans Baiya outlines ways to better your expertise in Conceptual Thinking and explains why it is important to surround yourself with conceptual thinkers. 

Can You Find the Right Fit for Your Team?

Today host Dale Dixon and The Complete Leader author Ron Price talk about Understanding & Evaluating Others. They tell us why leaders often rely on a sixth sense when it comes to hiring, but why research shows that is ineffective. Ron talks about merging neuroscience and psychology assessment tools to understand people's natural traits, and what leaders can measure before they hire--using a single hour-long assessment. he also talks about the power in organizing around people's strengths, rather than focusing on their weaknesses. 

The Person Who "Made" UNH Crew

by Jack Calhoun

When Whit Mitchell was an undergraduate at UNH he had a profound impact on the program.  He actually never rowed at UNH, he was the coach for 4 years, from his Freshman year through Senior year.  Whit had rowed at the South Kent School in South Kent, Connecticut before coming to UNH.

Facing Challenges and Unexpected Events

In this short video, Practice Manager at InfoQuest Rebekah Lee tells us why Flexibility is an essential skill for a leader, ways to learn to become more flexible, and how to encourage flexibility in your team.

3 Steps to Connect Through Listening

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