leadership

Solving the Leadership Crisis

Our guest today is Ron Price, who is an international business advisor, speaker and the author of six books, the most recent of which is The Complete Leader. He is also the President and CEO of Price Associates. Ron defines the leadership crisis, and tells us why leadership means something different to Millennials than it does to older generations of leaders. He explains how to transform the learning process at your company, and why organizations need to consider leadership development for everyone in their organization. Follow Ron @ronprice89

Using Pulse Feedback To Lead Your Team: 6 steps for you

By Dr. Ranjit Nair, HR.com, August 2016

Feel your pulse. You know those frequent, short bursts that beat consistently? That’s what you should try to emulate when you give employee feedback. Think about it: If your heart only beat occasionally, your body would shut down. That’s similar to what can happen on a project or a team when feedback is not given at regular intervals.

3 Ways to Create Balanced Leadership in Your Organization

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by Andy Johnson

The most successful leaders must learn to identify the two opposing yet necessary leadership styles and include both to create healthy balance. Here are three things you can implement right now that will move your organization closer to this sweet spot:

Becoming The Complete Leader

In this video, Ron Price and The Complete Leader faculty members Lisa Aldisert and Dr. Ranjit Nair discuss what it means to be a complete leader and the skill sets that are essential to successful leadership.

Attention Virtual Leaders!: 4 Essential Management Tips For You

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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.

Seeing Our Blind Spots

Today our guest is Whit Mitchell, executive coach and team dynamics specialist with Price Associates, and the author of Working In Sync. Whit talks about how identifying your blind spots can help you grow as a leader, and how those closest to you are the ideal group to help you see your blind spots—both good and bad. He details the most effective methods to get feedback, how to encourage open and honest communication, and why coaches are important at every level.

The Tao of Change

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The Four Elements of Thoughtful Business Disruption
By Courtney Feider

The concept and the urgency of change is everywhere. For the past decade or so, we've been gradually subscribing to it as a culture—in the realms of diet, alternative medicine, meditation, mindfulness.  

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.

Recruiting to Your Culture

Today our guest is Skip Hall, who is a recruiting specialist, senior executive coach and speaker. Skip spent his career as a college football coach and translates lessons from the field into business lessons for his clients. Skip gives us the key to identifying your culture, hiring to fit that culture, and why recruiting should be more about attracting than convincing.

The New Leadership Pathway: Ron Price at ATD International Conference

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I recently had the privilege of attending and speaking at the 2016 International Conference of the Association for Talent Development (www.td.org). Over 10,000 attendees from around the world gathered in Denver, Colorado to share their common interests in identifying, developing and promoting talent at work.

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