Lisa Aldisert

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

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.

The Opportunities and Challenges of Family-Owned Businesses

In this video, Ron Price and The Complete Leader faculty members Lisa Aldisert, Brent Patmos and Andy Johnson discuss their experiences with family-owned businesses, tips for dealing with challenges and the importance of sustaining strong family relationships for business growth.

Persuasion: The Business of Influencing People

In this short video, The Complete Leader faculty and executive advisor, Lisa Aldisert discusses some of the characteristics that a leader should possess in order to persuade effectively.

EQ in the Workplace: A Positive Antidote to Bad Behavior

By Lisa Aldisert, AllBusiness.com, January 2016

Most of us have experienced incivility in the workplace. Inappropriate behavior toward coworkers typically stems from a variety of factors: increased workloads resulting in stress and fear, inflated self-importance, the desire to win at all costs, and insensitivity to the needs of others. But what it all boils down to is a lack of respect for colleagues.

New Mistakes Are Always Welcome

By Lisa Aldisert

Too many people are afraid of making mistakes. They take the safe road and try to stay under the radar. “Good is good enough,” because if they stretch they may make mistakes.

Simply put, they play it safe.

This is a recipe for failure in any innovative, growth-oriented organization. If your employees are timid about expanding into unknown territory, they may stymie your ability to achieve your goals.

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