continuous learning

Survive, Adapt, Thrive—Skills Needed for Company Growth and Sustainability

Our guest this week is Steve Camkin, adventurer and Founder of Three Peaks Consulting. Through colorful stories of mountaineering and outdoor adventure, Steve shares his tips for creating greater adaptability and agility, building a systems approach, and encouraging continuous learning in your company. He explains why agile companies grow faster and have more profits, and how leaders can maintain situational awareness.

TCL Video Series: Leadership Gap with Ron Price

In this short video, Ron Price talks about how The Complete Leader program can help you understand where you are today as a leader and who you can become in the future.

TCL Video Series: Continuous Learning with Ron Price

While individuals need to be continuous learners to succeed, entire organizations must also embrace this skill. Tomorrow's leaders - the people who will establish an organization's culture - must embrace continuous learning as both a personal and an organizational value. Watch this two-minute video with Ron Price to find out more about continuous learning.

TCL Video Series: Continuous Learning with Mindy Bortness

Continuous learning is the desire to continually improve your skillset by gathering new knowledge. In this video, 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. 

Continuous Learning: How to earn a Ph.D in your passion of expertise!

By Whit Mitchell

Continuous Learning is one of the 7 Leadership Attributes from Leaders are Clear Thinkers in the book The Complete Leader authored by Ron Price and Randy Lisk. The book is broken into Four Disciplines:

9 Ways To Immediately Improve Your Brand

Interview with Justin Foster, Forbes, January 2015

The Power of Continuous Learning

To demonstrate the power of continuous learning, gather a small group of people together (10 - 15). Bring 20 non-fiction books with a variety of topics and ask each person to pick one book and read for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, ask each person to share what they learned. You will be amazed at how much the whole group learns when learning becomes a group activity!

TTI TriMetrix® HD: Continuous Learning

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