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The Dialogue of Feedback November 17, 2022 Posted in: Blog, Lisa Aldisert

How do you deliver feedback? Some people embrace opportunities to offer positive accolades for a job well done. Others are quick to criticize what didn’t work well and focus on what needs to be done differently the next time.

Both types of feedback are necessary. You need to acknowledge the good as well as offer suggestions for improvement.

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Building Interpersonal Skills November 10, 2022 Posted in: Blog, Ron Price

How to effectively communicate, build rapport, and relate to all kinds of people.

From Episode 74 of The Complete Leader Podcast.

Some think that once you’ve read a book or completed a course, you’re done learning a new skill—if only it could be so easy! In reality, there are skills you must come back to again and again throughout your career. These skills, interpersonal skills especially, can take on new meanings, bring new challenges, and offer new ways to advance as leaders.

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Should I Stay or Should I Go? November 3, 2022 Posted in: Blog, Dr. Francis Eberle

Three Strategies to Keep Your Best Employees

These famous song lyrics have become a rallying cry of sorts for the workforce, capturing many employees’ mindsets right now, after a few challenging years.

With a multigenerational workforce, competition for a shrinking pool of working-age employees, new awareness around diversity, and a post-pandemic view of the workplace, it can be hard engaging and retaining people. Yet there are a few leading strategies that can help. I think of them as purposerespect, and support. Let’s look at each. Read More


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Articles

The New Opportunity: Connect With Your People August 4, 2022 Posted in: Articles/Media, Dr. Francis Eberle

Dr. Francis Eberle, HR.com, June 2022

To connect is human. But connection during the pandemic was limited, which inevitably caused a shift in the workplace, leading employees to change jobs at a record pace. The upside of this phenomenon is that leaders now have an opportunity to connect with their people in new ways.

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The Keys To Human-Centric Leadership July 21, 2022 Posted in: Articles/Media, Ron Price

Ron Price, HR.com, July 2022

The nature of how people work, how organizations function, and how leaders lead has dramatically changed in recent years. People now are exposed to so much of the world and so much information constantly, they have endless choices in the way that they live and work. Employees are far more self-aware than in decades past, and the Covid-19 pandemic only increased the intensity of these changes. But are leaders keeping up?Read More

4 Steps to Gain a Talent Advantage with Upskilling June 9, 2022 Posted in: Articles/Media, Evans Baiya PhD

Dr. Evans Baiya, Hr.com, May 2022

Talent development is key to building a competitive organization. 

A common mistake is to think your organization’s competitive advantage only comes from products and services, but this is not true. A competitive advantage is a result of superior talent—who are then able to make more contextual products and services and deliver them to the right customer, in the right context, and at the right time. Your talented employees are truly the ones who drive the success of your business.Read More


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Podcasts

145. Getting More Done in Less Time (Series Ep. 1) November 16, 2022 Posted in: Dale Dixon, Podcasts, Ron Price

The Complete Leader Founder Ron Price and host Dale Dixon discuss the three obstacles keeping us from accomplishing more: the distracting world around us, our own internal battles, and the need for new tools and systems to manage our time and energy. Discover how to combat these challenges, become more fulfilled by your day-to-day tasks, and get more done.

144. Critical Thinking Skills October 19, 2022 Posted in: Dale Dixon, Podcasts, Ron Price

Host Dale Dixon and Complete Leader Founder Ron Price break down the attributes of critical thinking skills. Leaders at every level can create impact by understanding the importance of critical thinking, learning the additional skills required to be a strong critical thinker, and how to build your critical thinking skills. Ron also reminds listeners that this skill is built over a lifetime and is worthy of exploring thoroughly.


 

143. Leaders as Thinkers: Conscience and Character (Series Ep. 2) September 21, 2022 Posted in: Dale Dixon, Podcasts, Ron Price

In part two of this series on Conscience and Character, host Dale Dixon and Ron Price continue their discussion on the rules of Axiology, the four ways subconscious bias influences judgment, and how you can develop your conscience and character. According to Ron, conscience is awareness of right and wrong, good and bad, while character is choosing the right and rejecting the wrong in how we think and act.


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Videos

Getting More Done in Less Time November 16, 2022 Posted in: Dale Dixon, Ron Price, Video

The Complete Leader Founder Ron Price and host Dale Dixon discuss the three obstacles keeping us from accomplishing more: the distracting world around us, our own internal battles, and the need for new tools and systems to manage our time and energy. Discover how to combat these challenges, become more fulfilled by your day-to-day tasks, and get more done.

Critical Thinking Skills October 19, 2022 Posted in: Dale Dixon, Ron Price, Video

Host Dale Dixon and Complete Leader Founder Ron Price break down the attributes of critical thinking skills. Leaders at every level can create impact by understanding the importance of critical thinking, learning the additional skills required to be a strong critical thinker, and how to build your critical thinking skills. Ron also reminds listeners that this skill is built over a lifetime and is worthy of exploring thoroughly.

Leaders as Thinkers: Conscience and Character (Series Ep. 2) September 21, 2022 Posted in: Dale Dixon, Ron Price, Video

In part two of this series on Conscience and Character, host Dale Dixon and Ron Price continue their discussion on the rules of Axiology, the four ways subconscious bias influences judgment, and how you can develop your conscience and character. According to Ron, conscience is awareness of right and wrong, good and bad, while character is choosing the right and rejecting the wrong in how we think and act.

 


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