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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
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Avoiding Judgments as an Introvert Leader
By Dr. Francis Eberle
This past year three coaching clients taught me to remember that this is a complex question. All of them were already in substantial leadership roles but were questioning whether others perceived them to be leaders, including their supervisors. For me there was no question; it was obvious that they were true leaders. For them it was a different story.
Their confidence in their ability to lead was waning and causing them stress. The company was growing and they wondered if they would fit in the new model. Each of them had a unique personality with firm ideas about their leadership, while exhibiting a more quiet, thoughtful and detailed approach to their work. Read More
Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price continue their discussion of leading with character, based on Ron’s recent book, Growing Influence. Ron gives the definition of integrity in expert leadership, and outlines the importance of continuous learning to maintain integrity of expertise as a leader. He also dives into what it means to create value for others as a leader, and how you can shift your expertise with intention.
By Whit Mitchell
When you think back on your life, can you pinpoint what helped shape who you are today? Perhaps it was a person—someone who saw greatness inside of you and helped you discover your worth. Maybe it was a profound experience—something that helped you discover the value of life and those around you. For 11 young athletes back in 1982, one of those life-shaping times occurred during Dartmouth freshman crew, class of ’86. I was their coach, and they were my team. My experience coaching those freshmen was one of the richest in my entire sports coaching career.
In this 3-minute video, High Performing Teams consultant and coach Shawn Kent Hayashi talks about how tomorrow’s leaders will need to think further into the future, and implement ideas in a timely manner, to remain competitive in a world that will change faster than we can understand. In this section, you will learn skills needed to sharpen your ability to predict changes long before your competition.