Today our guest is Brent Patmos, CEO of Perpetual Development. Brent talks with us about the challenges that family businesses face, and why incoming leaders often have to be responsible for developing themselves. Brent shares the traits that separate thriving companies, as well as the four components needed to prepare for crisis in family business.
Today we chat with Bill Tom, Certified Exit Planning Advisor and Managing Partner of Infoquest, about common mistakes in that business owners make around exit planning. Bill tells us how to begin to plan your exit strategy, why planning strategically is a must, and how to create a self-healing organization for maximum value.
By Ron Price
The life of a leader continues to grow more complex, demanding and noisy. The rise of the mobile internet, expanded markets across multiple time zones, and the extended work hours (both intentional and passive) have changed the traditional 8-hour per day job into a 16–18 hour per day job for most leaders. Read More
In this short video, Founder and President of Bluewater Advisory, Mark Debinski discusses the four different realms of self-management and why this skill is so important for a leader to master.
By Skip Hall
Before becoming a speaker and leadership advisor, I coached college football for 30 years, and played quarterback in both high school and college for eight years. That’s 38 years worth of sports lessons, which has proved to be a rich repository for lessons in both life and business as well.Read More
By Andy Johnson, strategymagazine.com, April 2016
I devote a major portion of my work to serving introverted leaders. It’s not uncommon for people to tell me that the phrase “introverted leaders” is an oxymoron. Read More
This week on The Complete Leader podcast, we talk with Mindy Bortness, who is a business advisor and the CEO of Communication Works, Inc. Mindy has been described as “eHarmony for jobs,” and today she shares her insights with us on the three ways that companies can get better at hiring. (Plus we meet her new rescue pup!) Learn more about Mindy Bortness at communicationworksinc.com. Follow her @MindyBortness.
By Trish Candler
What two words can elicit fear for most people? Public speaking. Just the thought of having to speak in public terrifies some individuals. Yet, no one seems to have died from the mere act of speaking in public.Read More
This week we talk with Team Health Specialist and Coach to Yin Leaders, Andy Johnson, about Introverted Leaders. He expands on the definition of introversion, the often hidden strengths of introverted leaders, and the need for complementary leadership. Learn how you can better understand and leverage the introverted leaders in your company. Andy Johnson is an executive coach to yin leaders and teams with Price Associates (www.price-associates.com) and a faculty member of The Complete Leader leadership development program.www.thecompleteleader.org. Follow Andy @andyjohnsonPA.