Jaime Lisk

What is Missing from Your Goal Setting Process

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Host Dale Dixon interviews Jaime Lisk today, live from the TTI Success Insights Conference. Jaime is a leadership coach, team builder, and a certified facilitator for RealTime Coaching. She gives us tips on goal setting—and goal achieving—sharing the process she uses with her clients. Jaime talks about the power of self-talk, and she also shares the two aspects you might be missing in your own goal setting.

Why “Culture Starts at the Top” Is Not Enough

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By Holly Mitchell & Jaime Lisk

You have likely heard the phrase, “Culture starts at the top.” While there is certainly merit to this statement, it’s not the full story. Organizational culture is shaped by shared patterns of values and behaviors that define the social and psychological environment within a group. You see “culture” everywhere—within your family, friends, fitness studio, department, and certainly in your company overall. The first step is acknowledging the culture. Then you must decide: Is this our desired culture or is there work to be done?

Jaime Lisk Joins Price Associates Team

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

Jaime is a leadership coach, facilitator, and trainer. She has experience as a consultant in both private and public sectors in a variety of industries. Notable partnerships include pharmaceutical, healthcare, advertising, government, nonprofit, and association management industries.

How to Convince Your Boss to Send You to Training

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By Jaime Lisk

You’ve found the perfect training to attend – it’s a topic you have been curious about for the past year, the top expert in the field is speaking, the training is during your slow season, and you feel like you could really learn something. But now you need to ask your boss for approval. If you’re one of the lucky ones, you forward the email to your boss and she approves it. But if you’re like most people, you may have a bit of anxiety at the thought of asking for approval. It can be an easy yes if you do your homework and you know how to ask.

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