Today Ron Price, co-author of The Complete Leader, talks with host Dale Dixon about the two types of leadership: aspirational and desperational. He defines both types, and talks about the importance of focusing on “becoming” rather than focusing on “fixing.” Ron gives tips on discovering your natural leadership strengths, and ways to continue to develop those to help others. He also tells us how to make the mental shift from desperation to aspiration.
Dale and Ron talk today about Personal Accountability, which is a leader’s capacity to be responsible for his or her personal actions. Ron Price, co-author of The Complete Leader, leads us through the facets of Personal Accountability, and gives us tips for how to build this characteristic in practical ways and make it a way of life. He talks about a leader’s ability to follow through, take responsibility for his or her actions, and take feedback from others.
Dale Dixon and Ron Price continue their conversation about Self-Management. They talk about the two components of self-management: demonstrating self control and the ability to manage time and priorities. Ron gives several tools to help you and your team prioritize what is important on a daily, weekly, quarterly and annual basis. He talks about the importance of clarity and offers practical steps and resources for improving self-management today.
Today we talk with Ron Price, business advisor, speaker and coauthor of The Complete Leader. Ron talks about the four dimensions of self-management, and the power (and vulnerability) in being able to understand yourself. He gives tips for developing optimal self-control, and how learning this skill takes time and practice.
On the show today with Ron Price, leadership advisor, author, speaker and President of Price Associates. We explore whether leaders are born or made, the definition of a leader, and how to start your leadership development process. Ron also talks about the three learning styles, the four ways to create a successful program, and the most effective ways for leaders to be developed.
In this video, Ron Price, President of Communication Works Mindy Bortness and Price Associates Chief of Staff Bobby Sanchez discuss the definition of job benchmarking. They also tell us what categories to include when creating a job “blueprint” and Bobby will discuss his experience of being part of the job benchmarking process.
Today we’re talking with Ron Price, co-author of The Complete Leader book. He talks to us about the leadership development program that was inspired by the book, and how it was launched. He talks about his passion to make leadership development practical, the importance of understanding yourself as a leader, and why it’s hard to change patterns and behaviors. He also outlines why The Complete Leader Program focuses on skills and behaviors instead of knowledge, and the emphasis on relevance, practical application and interactive content.
We are joined today by one of the co-authors of The Complete Leader, Ron Price, who is a leadership and business advisor, and the president of Price Associates. Ron talks about how he and Randy Lisk wrote the book, why there are 25 leadership competencies to measure, and why they felt it was important to add the competency of authenticity to the book. He also talks about the importance of managing yourself as a leader, the skills needed to do that, and the power of becoming more self aware as a leader.
We are joined today by Ron Price and Dr. Evans Baiya, co-authors of The Innovator’s Advantage: Revealing the Hidden Connection Between People and Process. They dive into why they wrote the book, why you must have the right people in each stage of innovation in order to succeed, and why everyone is an innovator. They also introduce us to the three Ps of innovation: purpose, process and people. theinnovatorsadvantage.com
Most innovations fail for one reason: people. Understanding people is the most critical, yet often overlooked, element of successful innovation. Most companies focus instead on the process, and this is where they fall short.
Many books have been written on the topic of innovation, but few (if any) have addressed how to successfully engage people throughout the process.