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The Importance of Good Character in Leadership

Ron Price, Founder and CEO of Price Associates, was interviewed on Mission Matters Business Podcast by Adam Torres. Listen Here.   Read the full interview below. How did your leadership career begin? Price was surrounded by entrepreneurs throughout childhood, he says: he joined his father in the family business and learned... read more
 

How to Break the 5 Habits That Hurt Ideation

Dr. Evans Baiya, InnovationManagment.se, October 2021 Many companies find it hard to prioritize ideation. Here are five ways to break the pattern and gather a wealth of ideas for your organization. In today’s rapidly changing world, it’s easy to think that most companies are innovation factories—full of ideas for new products, services, and... read more
 

Connected Leadership and Purpose (Series Ep. 1)

Host Dale Dixon and TCL Facilitator and author Dr. Francis Eberle talk today about the importance of defining purpose as a leader. Francis outlines why leaders must engage their employees to help lead, and the importance of organizational purpose as it relates to your team. He gives the four parts of the Connected Leadership model, which he... read more
 

Making Small Adjustments for Small Changes

By Jill Morris and Steve Morris When you drive a car, sail a boat, or fly an airplane, you are constantly making small adjustments in the steering to deal with shifts in wind, current, other traffic and road conditions. You must do the same when small changes occur in your environment that impact expectations. You are accountable for driving... read more
 

Brainstorm Sessions Are Great. But What Comes Next is What Really Matters

Dr. Evans Baiya, Fast Company, September 2021 There is nothing quite as energizing as a well-run brainstorming session. When I work with clients on innovation projects, the Ideation stage is one of my favorites. There is a distinct energy and creativity generated when a group of people have come together to work toward solving a common problem... read more
 

Why Self-Objectivity Matters in the Workplace

By Mindy Bortness One of the most difficult things to achieve in the workplace is gaining objectivity, especially when it comes to self. Every individual is saddled with years of experiences, biases, and self-perceptions that make it difficult to look inward, and at others, for who they really are. I’ve found, when a person strips away all... read more
 

The Magic of Working with Others

How to foster teamwork skills By Ron Price From Episode 77 of The Complete Leader Podcast We all love to root for and celebrate winning teams—but how exactly do we create one? Skip Hall, an old friend and NCAA football coach, once told me that on average players only get 11 to 20 minutes of play per game. That’s it! They’ll commit 20... read more
 

How Are You Showing Up?

By Jalene Case “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” You’ve no doubt heard this popular quote by Woody Allen. But I would add that how you show up matters. Your interactions with others, and even with yourself, can shift from ineffectively blah to purposefully engaged when you’re thoughtful about how you show up. It’s palpable to everyone... read more
 

Prepare Employees to Look to the Future

By Dr. Evans Baiya Without imagination, innovation stalls in the present. Futuristic thinking is a critical skill for everyone—business owners, leaders, veteran team members, and new hires alike. Without it, teams can’t imagine what the organization will look like in five, 10, or 20 years. They can’t imagine their future customers, sources of... read more
 

How To Make Connections Count In A Hyper-Connected World

Dr. Francis Eberle, HR.com, August 2021 The bevy of digital connection options that got many of us through isolation during the pandemic has caused a distinct shift in the way we work. These enhanced connection methods created an increase in the trend of constant connection. As a leader, you may feel required to be plugged into an email,... read more
 
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