Studies reveal that you can help people reach their potential and perform at their best by: becoming a great listener, being someone who focuses on strengths and sharing your appreciation of others, often.Read More
Our guest this week is Steve Camkin, adventurer and Founder of Three Peaks Consulting. Through colorful stories of mountaineering and outdoor adventure, Steve shares his tips for creating greater adaptability and agility, building a systems approach, and encouraging continuous learning in your company.He explains why agile companies grow faster and have more profits, and how leaders can maintain situational awareness.
By Courtney Feider
Thought leaders are top of the heap. They’re breaking new ground, developing innovative products and services, educating the masses, and generally making a difference in the world.Read More
In this video, Ron Price and The Complete Leader faculty members Lisa Aldisert, Brent Patmos and Andy Johnson discuss their experiences with family-owned businesses, tips for dealing with challenges and the importance of sustaining strong family relationships for business growth.
This week we talk with Dr. David Pate, President & CEO of St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, Idaho. Dr. Pate discusses the importance of clarity in writing, especially as a leader. He makes the case that poor writing demonstrates a general lack of care, which can be hazardous when people are forming opinions in your absence. Dr. Pate shares common writing mistakes that cause a lack of credibility, and gives us his tips for management-worthy writing.
Communication is at the core of all that we do as human beings. While verbal interaction may seem to come naturally, it is a rich and complex process. Communication requires us to be aware of and tuned into thousands of data points from nonverbal cues to gestures, and even — subtle verbal cues.Read More
This week we talk with Greg Mayes, financial advisor and owner of Mayes Financial, about his special brand of customer focus. Greg has formed his business around building customer relationships, and he shares his three tips for creating customer focus within your own company. He discusses the importance of being genuine and making decisions in line with your own guiding principles.
Today we talk with Stacy Ennis, a book coach and creative consultant who has helped celebrities, Nobel prize winners and other thought leaders write books. A self-proclaimed pen aficionado, Stacy gives us tips for creating quality content and ways to beat writer’s block. She also shares her theories on content in the age of social media, and the power of writing rituals. Follow Stacy @StacyEnnis. http://stacyennis.com/