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Kirk Cousins and Rodger Price discuss leadership at the Boys and Girls Club

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Leading by DESIGN founder Rodger Price interviewed NFL quarterback Kirk Cousins during the Boys and Girls Club Steaks and Burgers fundraising event. Their conversation covered leadership under pressure, handling setbacks, mindset and faith, and much more.

I Can't Hear What You're Saying Because Your Actions Speak Too Loud

Our guest is Rodger Price, who is an executive coach and owner of Leading by Design. Today Rodger talks to us about effective communication. He tells us why communication is an issue in most companies, and why effective communication is hard, despite the fact that most people think they're doing it well. He gives us tips for improving communication, and talks about the importance of communicating what you say through your behaviors as well. He also stresses the importance of sharing significant messages "many different times in many different ways."

I Had No Clue I Was Doing That

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Our guest is Rodger Price, executive coach, leadership advisor, and owner of Leading by Design. Rodger believes that giving feedback is the most important action a leader can take. He talks about the importance of being open to feedback, the value of a 360-degree evaluation, and why self-awareness begins with others. He gives us tips for offering unsolicited feedback, and questions to use when asking for feedback.

Use Conflict to Build Relationships

Our guest today is Rodger Price, owner of Leading by Design. Rodger is an executive coach and facilitator for The Complete Leader program. Today we talk about conflict, and Rodger shares how to turn conflict into a way to build and improve relationships. He gives his method for leaning into conflict, understanding the root cause, and ultimately improving relationships through it.

How a Better Understanding of Yourself Will Help You as a Leader

By Rodger Price, AllBusiness, January 2016

There are many effective ways to lead, and leaders all have a unique design when it comes to ability and potential. Some great leaders do it through their high energy and engaging personalities. Others do it through careful planning and significant investment in the people who choose to follow them. Still others do it through sheer determination and dogged persistence.

The Business of Being Authentic

Rodger Price

With his engineering background, Rodger Price is most in his element when he’s planning and designing development systems for his clients. His analytical mind and specifically tailored programs, combined with his background in corporate talent management, give him a unique perspective for developing leaders and teams. We sat down with Rodger, who is the most recent addition to The Complete Leader faculty, to talk about his development philosophy and the importance of being true to your design. 

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