Our guest is Dr. Ranjit Nair, who is a leadership, people, and talent management expert; author; and executive coach with Price Associates. Dr. Nair talks about the changing workforce, the emerging need to motivate multiple generations, and learning to manage virtual workers. He also shares what he thinks is one of the most important leadership skill—the power of empathy–and how to measure and develop it.
Today our guest is Rick Stott, CEO of Superior Farms, an American lamb company. Rick talks about the branding challenges that his company has faced, and how his team redeveloped the brand and messaging. He gives his thoughts on creating new products, leading employees through a brand change, and ideas to get them to buy into a new direction. superiorfarms.com
By Andy Johnson
My first career was in architecture. My father was an architect and it came naturally to me as well. Right out of college, I took a job at a local firm that specialized in school design. Read More
Today our guest is Bill Tom, managing partner of Infoquest, certified Exit Planning Advisor, and faculty member for The Complete Leader. Bill talks about the nuances of succession planning. He gives tips for identifying the next generation of leadership in your company, uncovering their values and skillsets, and why it’s critical to align Millennial values with the values of your organization.
Last month Price Associates team member Dr. Evans Baiya travelled to Africa to present at Nairobi Innovation Week. In its second year, the event was well attended and full of innovation and inspiration. We sat down with Dr. Baiya to learn more. Read More
This week our guest is Nkosana Mazibisa, founder of Mazibisa Inc., a brand strategy firm. Nkosana is a visiting fellow at Dartmouth under the Young African Leadership Initiative and was recently featured on Forbes Africa 30 under 30. He talks today about the importance of being able to see beyond the present, the role of Millennial leaders in shaping the future, and why he has made it a personal goal to create 2,000 jobs in his home region in Africa.
By Whit Mitchell
It’s a question that many leaders have considered: “Do I need to be liked by my employees?”
The short answer is no, you don’t. People come to work every day, and don’t have to befriend the people they are working with, but there is one component that must be present—that is respect. Read More
Our guest today is Ron Price, who is an international business advisor, speaker and the author of six books, the most recent of which is The Complete Leader. He is also the President and CEO of Price Associates. Ron defines the leadership crisis, and tells us why leadership means something different to Millennials than it does to older generations of leaders. He explains how to transform the learning process at your company, and why organizations need to consider leadership development for everyone in their organization. Follow Ron @ronprice89
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