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I have developed many teams in my career, working with various coaches and development tools. I would recommend The Complete Leader to any team looking to gain self-awareness. You will develop tools and insights that will remain valuable through your career and even into your personal life.”
—Errik Anderson, Compass Therapeutics
Grow Your Leadership Influence
Growing Influence is a business fable with leadership lessons that are impactful, transformative and easy to implement. It offers readers practical advice on how to develop leadership skills that increase character, expertise and impact.
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What We’re Thinking
By Tanja Yardley
A wise innovation mentor recently said something that stirred reflection for me. He said, “The American Industrial Revolution has done a great disservice to us. It shifted the context of the hiring process to considering humans as units of production, where people feel as if they are just a number, easily replaced by someone more productive or less expensive. Simply a cog in the production wheel. Some elements of this thinking still persist today.” He went on to talk about how powerful it is to replace that thinking pattern with the idea that people are instead “contributors to success.” In that more powerful mindset, we recognize ourselves as owners of results, owners of the problems that get in the way of results and owners of the innovations that hurdle those obstacles.
By Ron Price, TCL Founder
As you begin the New Year and consider the possibility that a new year offers, this is a great opportunity to take some time to reflect on your influence in both your career and your personal life. Reflection can be a powerful tool in guiding your direction and intention for the year. Here are a few aspects to consider and questions to ask yourself:
Your influence grows (or decreases) based on three dimensions: character, expertise, position.
Your character is what others observe about how you govern yourself and what they experience or notice in how you relate to others.
By Ron Price
Of all the skills in the Complete Leader skillset library, persuasion is one that never elicits a neutral response. People either love the idea of it or are repulsed by it, often because of the negative connotation of the word. While it is sometimes used interchangeably with “manipulation,” the motive behind persuasion makes all the difference, and it is actually a critical skill to develop while on the journey to becoming a Complete Leader. Ultimately, one of the most important roles of a leader is to inspire or persuade people to make commitments that they wouldn’t otherwise make.Read More