Our guest is Whit Mitchell, who is an executive coach and team dynamics specialist with Price Associates. Whit is also a speaker and the author of Working In Sync. Whit shares the ingredients needed for a high-performing team, tools for attaining greater self-awareness, and tips to become more aware of the other people on your team. Whit also talks about the power of reading body language and recognizing tone.
Today our guest is Whit Mitchell, executive coach and team dynamics specialist with Price Associates, and the author of Working In Sync. Whit talks about how identifying your blind spots can help you grow as a leader, and how those closest to you are the ideal group to help you see your blind spots—both good and bad. He details the most effective methods to get feedback, how to encourage open and honest communication, and why coaches are important at every level.
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 we talk with Ron Price, executive advisor, speaker, author and CEO of Price Associates about the power of self-awareness. Ron tells us why self-awareness is the most important leadership skill, and gives some practical ways to develop self-awareness. He discusses why self-awareness can sometimes be challenging, but how great leaders must understand their strengths and weaknesses in order to have an impact.
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.
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 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 Rodger Price, AllBusiness, January 2016
There are many effective ways to lead, and leaders all have a unique design when it comes to ability and potential. Some great leaders do it through their high energy and engaging personalities. Others do it through careful planning and significant investment in the people who choose to follow them. Still others do it through sheer determination and dogged persistence.