In this video, Ron Price and The Complete Leader faculty members Courtney Feider, Andy Johnson and Rodger Price discuss the definition of Ambiverts, stereotypes and misconceptions of Introverts and how recognizing the many facets of a person makes us better leaders.
Today our guest is Skip Hall, who is a recruiting specialist, senior executive coach and speaker. Skip spent his career as a college football coach and translates lessons from the field into business lessons for his clients. Skip gives us the key to identifying your culture, hiring to fit that culture, and why recruiting should be more about attracting than convincing.
By Whit Mitchell
For many people, change can be uncomfortable. They find comfort in the way things have been done and instinctively try to go back to the way things were. Back to where patterns are known, and there are no surprises.
Others see change as an opportunity to be more creative and be more opportunistic.
Some people love change, but most don’t. Read More
Today we talk with Mindy Bortness, who is a leadership advisor, hiring guru, and the CEO of Communication Works. Mindy has been called The Turnover Doctor and her work referred to as eHarmony for Jobs. Today she shares the history of assessments in workplace, and why they have become such mainstream practice with companies of all sizes. Mindy gives us three assessments that get great results, and explains why candidates appreciate assessments during the hiring process. Follow Mindy @MindyBortness
I recently had the privilege of attending and speaking at the 2016 International Conference of the Association for Talent Development (www.td.org). Over 10,000 attendees from around the world gathered in Denver, Colorado to share their common interests in identifying, developing and promoting talent at work.Read More
This week our guest is Andy Johnson, who is an executive coach and team health specialist with Price Associates, a speaker, and the author of several books, including Pushing Back Entropy: Moving Teams from Conflict to Health. Andy tells us about his life-changing work with teams, and the revolution that is occurring around emotional intelligence in the workplace. He also shares the five measurable dimensions of team health: character, cohesiveness, clarity, communication, and consequences.
By Ron Price
Bill Bonnstetter, the co-founder and driving force behind TTI Success Insights, passed away on June 2, 2016 after a short battle against cancer. Since its founding in 1984, TTI Success Insights has grown from a small town Iowa business to a global giant in the field of self-administered talent assessments. Today, a new assessment is completed every 7 seconds and delivered to one of 90 countries in one of over 40 languages. More than 25 million people have completed a TTI Success Insights talent assessment. And it all began with two people: Bill Bonnstetter and his son, Dave. Read More
In this video, Ron Price and The Complete Leader faculty members Whit Mitchell, Courtney Feider and Dr. Ranjit Nair discuss 5 things that leaders can do really well, the advantages of using target training international tools, and tips for giving and receiving feedback.
This week we talk with Courtney Feider, who is a creative disruption strategist, speaker and leadership adviser with Price Associates. Courtney tells us how creativity can help companies grow, and why creativity should be supported from the top down. She shares three ways leaders can help employees be more creative and which employees should participate. Follow Courtney @courtneyfeider