Join Andy Johnson, Executive Coach, and Organizational Consultant at Price Associates, as he uncovers misconceptions about introverts and the value of introverted leaders. Andy will debunk myths about introverts and help you understand the strengths of introverted leaders. You can expect to learn:
Most innovations fail for one reason: people. Understanding people is the most critical, yet often overlooked, element of successful innovation. Most companies focus instead on the process, and this is where they fall short.
Many books have been written on the topic of innovation, but few (if any) have addressed how to successfully engage people throughout the process.
An interview with Dr. Evans Baiya
Dr. Evans Baiya is a busy man. As the CTO for three companies, a technology and innovation consultant, and a global traveler, Evans has a constant stream of ideas and innovation flowing through his brain. But he wouldn’t have it any other way.
“I have always worked on more than one thing at any given time,” he says. “In fact, I do not remember ever concentrating on one thing at a time.” Read More
This week we sit down with our resident Team Health Specialist and Coach to Quiet Leaders, Andy Johnson. Those who know Andy say he is a compelling speaker, and thoughtful company advisor who is a treasure trove of knowledge, anecdotes, and understanding. Andy talks with us about his favorite part of working with leaders and teams, why he thinks coaching will be his last career, the opportunity he sees in conflict, and how he just might write another book (his fourth!). Read More
By Ryan Lisk, Success.com, February 2017
“I am the expert of my intention, but you are the expert of my impact.”
This popular leadership catch phrase is one of the reasons many leaders struggle today. How many times have you had a conversation with someone only to learn they interpreted your message differently than you intended? Or found they were hung up on one phrase or word, completely missing the point? Read More
By Courtney Feider, allBusiness.com, December 2016
These days hiring a Chief Creative Officer is all the rage. Many companies see the value of bringing brand management and direction in house, and having someone who is entrenched in company culture oversee creative direction. Read More
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. Read More
We are joined today by one of the co-authors of The Complete Leader, Ron Price, who is a leadership and business advisor, and the president of Price Associates. Ron talks about how he and Randy Lisk wrote the book, why there are 25 leadership competencies to measure, and why they felt it was important to add the competency of authenticity to the book. He also talks about the importance of managing yourself as a leader, the skills needed to do that, and the power of becoming more self aware as a leader.
We are joined today by Ron Price and Dr. Evans Baiya, co-authors of The Innovator’s Advantage: Revealing the Hidden Connection Between People and Process. They dive into why they wrote the book, why you must have the right people in each stage of innovation in order to succeed, and why everyone is an innovator. They also introduce us to the three Ps of innovation: purpose, process and people. theinnovatorsadvantage.com
Today we have a conversation with Dr. Evans Baiya and Ron Price, the authors of The Innovator’s Advantage. They talk about the six stages needed for innovation, the statistics and the why of innovation failure, and how they combined their backgrounds in engineering, innovation, talent development and leadership to identify the role of people in the process.
Our guest is Whit Mitchell, who is an executive coach and team builder with Price Associates. Whit is also a professional speaker and the author of Working In Sync. Whit talks about the different types of coaching, and what works best depending on the person and the situation. Why coaches should help their people get better at what they are already doing well, and neutralize the weaknesses, instead of focusing on them. Three things you can do to improve your coaching ability.
Using his 30 years of experience coaching athletes, corporate executives and business owners, along with his own life-changing personal experiences, Whit weaves a winning combination of storytelling, humor and down-to-business action points. In doing so, he inspires people to examine their behavior and challenges them to do and be more. Whit speaks on team dynamics and development, accountability, performance, and job fit.
In this short video Jill Morris, TCL Faculty Member and founder of ChoiceWorks Inc, speaks to us about Personal Accountability. She shares her insights on how to create a culture of accountability and why personal accountability is important for those in management.
In this short video Bill Tom, TCL Faculty Member and Managing Partner of infoQuest, speaks to us about how Resiliency plays a large role in the way we are able to deal with negative events and gives us traits of leaders that are naturally resilient.
Courtney is an executive coach and dynamic speaker who believes that creative voice is the x-factor for modern business. Courtney speaks about the myths of creativity, the benefits of creative disruption, and the emergence of new leadership. She presents proven details that help align a balanced, intuitive, and creative process for clear culture change, talent acquisition, management, and return-oriented brand shifts. Courtney is available for full- and half-day retreats, keynotes, and general presentations.