decision making

You Do It 1,000 Times a Day (Decision Making Series, Episode 2)

Host Dale Dixon and Executive Coach Ron Price continue their discussion of Decision Making on today's show. Ron talks about the continuum of decision making that leaders are responsible for in the workplace, and gives us the four basic decision-making styles, as well as the benefits and disadvantages of each. He also shares four questions to ask yourself when making a decision.

How Good Are You at Making Decisions? (Decision Making, Episode 1)

Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price have a discussion about Decision Making on today's show. Ron tells us why most decisions are made intuitively and how leaders can develop decision making as a skill. He gives the three components needed to be intentional about decision making instead of reactionary, and shares examples of each. He also shares the five most important decisions you'll make in life.

Be Aware of Premature Judgement in Innovation

by Dr. Evans Baiya and Ron Price

Every idea has potential, so if right now you have a single idea, that is a start. In many cases, the full potential of an idea is not evident and may not be fund in the original problem it was intended to solve. This means you cannot put restrictions on the ideas; understand and acknowledge each idea and its potential without limiting its application. 

Change is as Good as Rest

Using Transition and Flexibility to Improve Performance

By Dr. Francis Eberle

Change is as Good as Rest

Using Transition and Flexibility to Improve Performance

By Dr. Francis Eberle

Decision Making: The Most Important Job for a Leader

In this short video, Innovation and Technology Strategist Dr. Evans Baiya talks about the internal and external factors that go into decision making as well as the facets that affect the quality of our decisions.

Listening to the Job: A Conversation About Hiring

In this video, Ron Price, President of Communication Works Mindy Bortness and Price Associates Chief of Staff Bobby Sanchez discuss the definition of job benchmarking. They also tell us what categories to include when creating a job "blueprint" and Bobby will discuss his experience of being part of the job benchmarking process.

Hiring the Right People for Your Company

Our guest is Dr. Ranjit Nair, a leadership and talent management advisor with Price Associates, speaker and author. Dr. Nair is a former HR executive who helps companies build talent strategies that are aligned to company goals. Today he tells us why hiring is more challenging than ever, and shares his tips for hiring the right fit, opportunities for improvement in the interview process, and the four necessary measurements of job benchmarking.

5 Essential Measurements for Making the Right Hire

By Dr. Ranjit Nair, AllBusiness.com, July 2016

Effective talent management starts with hiring the right employees—those who can help a company build value and delight its customers.

Recruiting to Your Culture

Today our guest is Skip Hall, who is a recruiting specialist, senior executive coach and speaker. Skip spent his career as a college football coach and translates lessons from the field into business lessons for his clients. Skip gives us the key to identifying your culture, hiring to fit that culture, and why recruiting should be more about attracting than convincing.

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