employee development & coaching

Finding the Hidden Treasure in Every Employee

Host Dale Dixon and Business Advisor Ron Price dive into the leadership competency of Employee Development & Coaching. Ron tell us the four skills that a leader needs to excel at Developing & Coaching, why your should focus most of your time on strengths, and how you might be limiting your employees without knowing it. He shares the ideal ratio for positive to corrective feedback, and gives tips for giving feedback that employees will embrace. Write to Ron@Price-Associates.com to receive Ron's 7 Questions for Employee Coaching.

Coaching & Developing Others

Our guest is Whit Mitchell, who is an executive coach and team builder with Price Associates. Whit is also a professional speaker and the author of Working In Sync. Whit talks about the different types of coaching, and what works best depending on the person and the situation. Why coaches should help their people get better at what they are already doing well, and neutralize the weaknesses, instead of focusing on them.

Talent Development is Not Magic

Our guest today is Paco Ortiz, who is the Senior VP and General Manager for Zoetis in Brazil and Latin America. Paco talks about his early career in bullfighting, and his transition from veterinary medicine to international business. We discuss the successful talent development program he started 11 years ago at Zoetis, and how he identifies emerging leaders. He also tells us the top three competencies he looks for in leaders, and why being transparent and setting up clear expectations are critical in employee development. 

Employee Development & Coaching: A Continuous Improvement Process

In this short video Chris Stark, President/CEO of Stark & Associates, speaks to us about the four ways that leaders can transform their direct reports and why Employee Development & Coaching is a critical leadership skill.

The Dynamics of High Performing Teams

In this video, Ron Price and The Complete Leader faculty members Whit Mitchell, Andy Johnson and Dr. Ranjit Nair discuss their experiences building and working with teams, understanding conflict and behavioral differences, and a 5 component model for teams. 

Using Pulse Feedback To Lead Your Team: 6 steps for you

By Dr. Ranjit Nair, HR.com, August 2016

Feel your pulse. You know those frequent, short bursts that beat consistently? That’s what you should try to emulate when you give employee feedback. Think about it: If your heart only beat occasionally, your body would shut down. That’s similar to what can happen on a project or a team when feedback is not given at regular intervals.

Creativity and the Bottom Line—The Profit Motive

This week we talk with Courtney Feider, who is a creative disruption strategist, speaker and leadership adviser with Price Associates. Courtney tells us how creativity can help companies grow, and why creativity should be supported from the top down. She shares three ways leaders can help employees be more creative and which employees should participate. 

Coaching the Doctrine of Excellence--Simple Principles for Success In Sports, Business & Life

Coach Skip Hall joins us today to talk about some of the key principles in the Doctrine of Excellence, a program he has been coaching for over 40 years to recruit and retain successful teams. Coach Hall touches on three of these ideas, and talks about how the same principles that make you successful in the athletic arena can also make you successful in the business arena. Skip Hall is an author, speaker, and business advisor with Price Associates. www.price-associates.com

Your Inner Circle is the Key to Becoming a Better Leader

Find out how in this week’s podcast when we talk with executive advisor and team dynamics specialist Whit Mitchell about the process of Inner Circle Coaching and its dramatic ability to create tight-knit teams and move the bottom line. Whit Mitchell is an author, speaker, and business advisor with Price Associates. www.price-associates.com Follow Whit @WorkingInSync

RIP Performance Reviews

By Dr. Ranjit Nair

The eradication of performance reviews is the best thing the modern work world has seen in recent times. RIP! This drumbeat has been building for some time, and now several major U.S. companies, including General Electric, Accenture, The Gap, Deloitte, and Adobe Systems, have bid their adieus to a practice that has done very little to advance company performance, people-centered cultures, and employee engagement.   

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