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Using Assessments to Motivate Your Sales Team

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By Holly Mitchell

When I owned my small business in Boise, Idaho, I decided to run an incentive program amongst my sales team to help them be more goal oriented and to drive sales. I told them that the first person to reach sales of $25,000 for the month would be celebrated with a spa day provided by the company. I encouraged the team members to text the group every time they made a big sale, in the hopes of motivating everyone to compete.

Mentoring for the Future

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Featuring Ron Price, In Trust Magazine, Fall 2019

"Wax on, wax off," instructs Mr. Miyagi as he instills the fundamental basics to Daniel, who would grow to be The Karate Kid. The classic movie follows the developing relationship between the martial arts master and his young student. It's a mentorship made in Hollywood heaven. But mentors provide a vital role in in everyday lives. Read more.

Agility and Experimentation: An Innovator’s Advantage Academy Update

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By Dale Dixon,

"The number-one threat to old and big brands is the lack of agility. We must react at the speed of market, or faster." Dr. Evans Baiya

Jennifer Didonna has worked at Better Business Bureau Northwest + Pacific for two months as the marketing coordinator. In mid-October, she experienced a day with the Innovator's Advantage Academy. "I loved the immediate collaboration on everything," Jennifer said.

HOLLY MITCHELL JOINS PRICE ASSOCIATES TEAM

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Price Associates is pleased to announce that Holly Mitchell has joined the team at its Boise office.

Becoming an Impactful and Influential Leader with Ron Price

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Ron was recently a guest on the podcast How to Be Awesome at Your Job.

On the episode, Ron Price delivers insights on how to build your character and grow your influence to unlock your full leadership potential.

You’ll Learn:

Your Body as a Decision-Making Power Tool

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By Jalene Case

Plugging into our bodies’ way of communicating is like using a decision-making power tool. It quickly drills to the core. Whether we’re struggling to make tiny, seemingly inconsequential choices or gigantic, clearly life-changing decisions, our bodies know the answer first.

It’s easy to rush through life without taking time to notice our physical sensations. In fact we often try to actively ignore our bodies by not listening to their plea for sleep, urge to move, or hunger for good food. Feel familiar?

7 Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Executive Coach

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by Whit Mitchell

I was recently called by a young, first-time CEO of a software company in Boston who was looking to hire an executive coach. She announced that she would interview others and me, and then make a decision. I told her that I had some questions to make sure it was the right “fit” before agreeing to work together. She had 30 minutes for the call.

4 Ways Leaders Can Grow Their Influence At Work

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By Ron Price & Stacy Ennis, HR.com, October 2019

Building influence and engagement through character, expertise and position


Four No-fail Selling Techniques

How to Lead When You Don’t Have a Title

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By Ron Price

How many times have you encountered someone at an event and knew by their demeanor, the way they spoke, the way they interacted with others and how others responded to them, just by their very presence that they were a leader? Their leadership wasn’t forced, they weren’t the loudest person in the room, the one with the nicest suit or biggest title, but they just exuded leadership.

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