leaders lead others

Attention Virtual Leaders!: 4 Essential Management Tips For You

I recently visited a client’s office in a suburb of New York City. This office only exists because the CEO lives nearby and it’s a convenient location for their financial backers to meet. Yet the company’s actual headquarters is hundreds of miles away, where the CEO spends just one day a week. To further muddle matters, the COO works and lives 1,000 miles away, and another executive lives in the South.

Will Your Leadership Leave a Legacy?

Our guest today is Dr. Lisa Aldisert, who is a NYC-based leadership advisor, speaker and author, and the President of Pharos Alliance. Lisa tells us the ways that leaders can leave a legacy with their teams. She outlines the five key competencies necessary for an influential leader, and how leaders can master these skills over time (and gives us a free worksheet to get the process started). She also makes the case for looking at leadership in a multidimensional way, and the power of helping employees maximize their strengths versus work on their weaknesses.

Leadership Lessons I Learned as a Quarterback and Coach

By Skip Hall

Before becoming a speaker and leadership advisor, I coached college football for 30 years, and played quarterback in both high school and college for eight years. That’s 38 years worth of sports lessons, which has proved to be a rich repository for lessons in both life and business as well. 

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

Learn the Greatest Leadership Skill of All

3 Ways to Build Empathy

By Dr. Ranjit Nair, Ph.D.

Decision-making? Persuading others? Coaching? Being creative? Developing others? None of these great and essential leadership competencies or skills can come close to what I believe is the greatest of them all. 

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

TCL Video Series: Understanding & Evaluating Others with Ranjit Nair

In this short video, TCL faculty member Ranjit Nair talks about the importance of understanding and evaluating others in order to appreciate their ideas and acknowledge the areas in which they can develop.

TCL Video Series: Presenting Skills with Shawn Kent Hayashi

In this short video, TCL faculty member Shawn Kent Hayashi talks about common obstacles that affect presenting skills and how to overcome them.

Coaching the Doctrine of Excellence

A Conversation with Skip Hall About Integrity and Staying on Track

For 40 years, Coach Hall has coached the Doctrine of Excellence—a set of principles that result in recruiting and retaining great teams and achieving superior results in sports, business and life. 

TCL Video Series: Interpersonal Skills with Whit Mitchell

Interpersonal skills are important for a leader because the people that are working for you need to feel connected. In this video, TCL member Whit Mitchell shares his insights on the great things that can happen in your company when you care about and are sincere with your employees. 

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