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Aspirational vs Desperational Leadership

Today Ron Price, co-author of The Complete Leader, talks with host Dale Dixon about the two types of leadership: aspirational and desperational. He defines both types, and talks about the importance of focusing on "becoming" rather than focusing on "fixing." Ron gives tips on discovering your natural leadership strengths, and ways to continue to develop those to help others. He also tells us how to make the mental shift from desperation to aspiration.

The Two Dimensions of Continuous Learning

In this short video, Innovation and Technology Strategist Dr. Evans Baiya talks about Continuous Learning. He divides this leadership skill into two dimensions and explains the importance of each. He also talks about the benefits of teaching your team what you are learning. 

Personal Accountability Is Where a Leader Starts the Journey

Dale and Ron talk today about Personal Accountability, which is a leader's capacity to be responsible for his or her personal actions. Ron Price, co-author of The Complete Leader, leads us through the facets of Personal Accountability, and gives us tips for how to build this characteristic in practical ways and make it a way of life. He talks about a leader's ability to follow through, take responsibility for his or her actions, and take feedback from others.

Mending Fences with Coworkers

By Whit Mitchell

Conflict at work is common, and often inevitable. The workplace brings together people with different ideas, backgrounds, passions, motivators, communication styles and priorities. Quite often these aspects don’t align between everyone on the team, and even when they do align, misunderstandings and conflict can arise.

Personal Accountability: Driving Expectations

In this short video, Choice Works founder and TCL Faculty Member Steve Morris talks about Personal Accountability as a leader. He discusses the Triangle of Choice, and how it can help you gain clarity and self-evaluation.

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. 

Introvert Revolution Excerpt

Yin leaders, according to a recent article by Jennifer Kahnweiler, are uniquely suited to lead in the emerging millennial culture. She specifically noted four yin strengths we observed in the last chapter that connect with the identified needs of millennials at work: one-on-one interactions, listening and asking great questions, preparation and careful planning, and calm and reasoned reflection.

Our Focus: The Four Pillars of Business

In this short video our Core Team gives you some insights into the four pillars that Price Associates focuses on. They discuss the importance of each pillar and its impact on your organization.

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.

Creativity Is a Circle

By Courtney Feider

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