Today our guest is Steve Morris, who is a leadership consultant, the coauthor of Leadership Simple, and a partner at Choice Works. Steve defines the machine that runs your life, talks about the algorithm that explains everything human beings do, and identifies the three key elements that make up the triangle of choice. He gives us three questions to ask ourselves for increased self-awareness.
Our guest today is Justin Foster, cofounder of the branding firm Root + River, speaker, author, and TCL Faculty member. Justin tells us why leadership is integral to branding, why strategy and branding must be in alignment, and why telling stories is the best foundation for marketing. He also gives us the three steps to his “peanut butter and jelly” tactic.
By Andy Johnson
This is an election year. For many Americans, the two remaining presidential choices share a perceived concern that looms large related to personal character, or a potential lack thereof. This likely underlies the largest disapproval ratings of candidates, in both parties, we have ever seen. Read More
Our guest today is Valerie Alexander, an author, keynote speaker, and corporate trainer who helps companies demolish the glass ceiling in their organizations. Valerie shares the ways that the male and female brains function differently, and her belief that making quick and confident decisions can help women in their careers. She also talks about ways that companies can value their female employees, common double standards in performance evaluations, and the value of diversity.
By Courtney Feider
Every meeting is different in flow, timbre and organization. Every presentation template is different. Executives in the meeting are typically distracted by their phones working on things unrelated to the meeting. Sometimes too many people are included, sometimes too few. Read More
Our guest today is Ron Price, who is an executive advisor, author, speaker and the CEO of Price Associates. Today Ron introduces the axiology concept–giving us the definition and telling us how it relates to developing leaders. Ron also outlines the three dimensions of value, ideas for discovering more about who you are and who you want to be, and ways to use these techniques to help transform your business.
Our guest today is Dr. Lisa Aldisert, who is an executive advisor, business trend expert, author, speaker and the president of Pharos Alliance. Lisa tells us about the five generations that are alive today, the benefits of understanding generational values as a leader, and how leaders can be more effective in reaching the different generations that they manage.
By Ranjit Nair
For companies on a fiscal year calendar, it’s that time of year again: Compensation or Total Rewards planning season is upon us! Teams need to be set up; charts developed; roles defined; data gathered; vendors engaged and facts, targets, goals and financial metrics determined. Read More
Our guest today is Andy Johnson, who is an executive coach and team health specialist with Price Associates who specializes in preventing and resolving conflict in the workplace. Andy is the author of Pushing Back Entropy: Moving Teams from Conflict to Health. Andy tells us how and where conflict develops in an organization, and what we can do to prevent and repair it. He also talks about the wasted energy that conflict causes at work.