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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

Building A Culture Of Dialogue. How Real Conversations Can Transform Your Culture.

This week we sit down with leadership and talent management advisor Dr. Ranjit Nair. Dr. Nair talks about the trend to humanize the workplace and how to build a culture of dialogue. He gives tips for creating better performance reviews and a more engaged culture. Dr. Nair is an author, speaker, and business advisor with Price Associates. www.price-associates.com Follow Ranjit @RanjitNair_PhD

Your Absolute Best

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By Brent Patmos, perpetualdevelopment.com

Recently, an experienced sales professional asked me to detail how she could go about thinking purposefully about whether or not she had delivered her absolute best to her customer. This is another one of those questions that’s simple and complex all at the same time. (SIMPLEX)

Fear Not

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Identify and Eliminate Fear in Your Organization 

By Whit Mitchell

A number of years ago my son tried out for the local high school lacrosse team as a freshman. He had played soccer and hockey and thought lacrosse would be a good fit. He would often come home after practice looking a bit bedraggled and discouraged. I attributed it to the fact he had never played and was a freshman.

So You Say You're Not Creative? How Creativity Can Make You a Better Leader

Host Dale Dixon talks with Creative Disruption Strategist Courtney Feider about what it means to be creative in the workplace and how creativity can make you a more valuable leader. Courtney is a leadership advisor and speaker with Price Associates. www.price-associates.com Follow Courtney @courtneyfeider

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