leadership

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 Harness Originality and Great Ideas in the Workplace

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By Dave Clark

Have you ever had a great idea, but were afraid to express it for fear of being thought of as being “out there?” Or, have you ever been exposed to ideas at work that you just knew were destined for failure, but you didn’t say anything as to not rock the boat?

At some point in our careers, the majority of us have experienced both of these things. While it seems so simple to speak up, we often don’t. Why is this?

TrailBlazers Impact Featuring Mindy Bortness

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Mindy was recently a guest on the podcast TrailBlazers Impact.

Mindy Bortness powered through her own fears when fighting breast cancer to come out on the otherside as an advocate for others facing-down serious illnesses and sharing her vision on how to own your life “post-recovery” with renewed vigor to achieve her dream of business ownership.

Click here to listen to the episode.

Think Local Featuring Francis Eberle, Ph.D.

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Francis was recently a guest on the podcast Think Local.

In this episode, Francis discusses the importance of connecting with people, four classic behaviors and how to communicate with them, and more.
Click here to listen to the episode.

Hire Resilient Leaders and Watch What Happens

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By Mindy Bortness

What is a have-to-have soft skill that indicates a job candidate’s greatest propensity to be successful?

Problem-solving skills, personal accountability and time management are solid contenders; a few of the many examples of soft skills that can make the difference between a good team member and a great one.

Here’s my case for one that should easily rise to the top: resiliency.

Secrets of Success Featuring Ron Price

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Bill Horan talks to Ron Price, author of Growing Influence. Ron discusses why he asks "Do you feel like you are fulfilling what you are meant to do in life?” Plus, why many of us feel powerless at work, the definition of influence, why people who feel they have influence feel affirmed and highly engaged, and why we all spend too much time worrying about things we can't control.

How to Navigate the New Hiring Landscape

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By Ron Price

Hiring has become more important than ever. Today we are not simply filling a job, but instead asking people to balance complexity and deal with ever-present change. We are not only looking for someone who is going to fit into the job today, but also grow into additional roles in the future, due to the pace of change in the world.

Today’s workplace dynamic of low unemployment and increased worker mobility has resulted in employees who no longer feel loyalty to a company because companies are no longer loyal to them.

Squeeze the Best Out of Your Summer

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By Jalene Case

Summer feels like it races by at twice the speed compared to the other seasons. We fill the long summer days with as much fun as possible while trying not to fall behind on our workload, but this can leave us feeling pressed for time and exhausted. How do we revive ourselves so we can enjoy our fun and still bring our best selves to work?

Innovation And The Future Of Performance Reviews

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By Evans Baiya, HR.com, July 2019

In today’s fast-paced world, innovation must be the future of any company looking to compete and win market share. You simply cannot grow and thrive by doing what you’ve always done. Therefore, it is a natural conclusion that innovation will be a key component to the future of performance management. 


How to Define Success in Any Job

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By Ron Price

In my own experience as an executive, I sought to put as much power as possible into hands of those I supervised. I wanted them to “own” their jobs and to always know how to accurately evaluate their performance. Once I retired from corporate management and started supporting other leaders, I discovered they are equally interested in providing clarity to their subordinates and nurturing a higher level of accountability. This led to formalizing a process for defining and measuring executive performance.

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