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By Ron Price  I recently gave a presentation on the stages of leadership where I began by challenging the audience to tell me what they thought the six stages were. They huddled into groups, brainstorming the stages and validating their ideas to one another. Then several of the groups read their answers aloud, hoping to match my list.... read more
 

In this short video, Executive Coach, Speaker, and Author Ron Price shares his insights on the best ways to be authentic in your personal life and as a leader.
 

By Whit Mitchell At this time of year, there is no shortage of people telling us what to do to make the next year a success. I’m going to take a slightly different approach and tell you what not to do. Don’t set goals that sound good. Instead of shooting blindly ahead, now is a great time to look back on 2018. What worked well for you... read more
 

By Sunnie Stobbe At the beginning of every year, most people make New Year’s Resolutions. Many of us set grandiose and often unattainable goals that are difficult to achieve. Here are some strategies to deepen your goal setting for 2019. Start with the end in mind. Visualize where you want to be in three months, six months, and a year.... read more
 

Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price finish their conversation about leadership influence this week, as they dive into what it means to have integrity as a leader. Ron discusses how positional leadership impacts your followers, and how to develop integrity as a leader--both expert and character integrity--as well as three questions to... read more
 

Guest Post By Stacy Ennis And Ron Price Recently, Ron Price and I published a leadership fable, Growing Influence: A story of how to lead with character, expertise, and impact. Along with teaching leadership principles, the story tackles gender discrimination in the workplace. The main character, Emily, meets and befriends an... read more
 

In this video, president and founder of Communication Works, Inc., and The Complete Leader faculty member Mindy Bortness shares her thoughts on the importance of tomorrow’s leaders embracing continuous learning as both a personal and an organizational value in order to create a culture of growth and competitiveness.
 

Avoiding Judgments as an Introvert Leader By Dr. Francis Eberle This past year three coaching clients taught me to remember that this is a complex question.  All of them were already in substantial leadership roles but were questioning whether others perceived them to be leaders, including their supervisors. For me there was no... read more
 

Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price continue their discussion of leading with character, based on Ron's recent book, Growing Influence. Ron gives the definition of integrity in expert leadership, and outlines the importance of continuous learning to maintain integrity of expertise as a leader. He also dives into what it means to create... read more
 

By Whit Mitchell When you think back on your life, can you pinpoint what helped shape who you are today? Perhaps it was a person—someone who saw greatness inside of you and helped you discover your worth. Maybe it was a profound experience—something that helped you discover the value of life and those around you. For 11 young athletes back in... read more
 
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