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
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
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.
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
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 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
By Bretn Patmos, perpetualdevelopment.com
Recently, an experienced sales professional asked me to detail how she could go about thinking purposefully about whether or not she had delivered her absolute best to her customer. This is another one of those questions that’s simple and complex all at the same time. (SIMPLEX)Read More
By Emily Soccorsy and Justin Foster, AllBusiness.com, March 2016
Midlife crises are fairly easy to recognize in others, but they’re often not so easy to recognize in yourself—and sometimes even more difficult to recognize when it comes to your company. Read More