Leaders Lead Others

The Written Word Endures

In this short video, Author and Speaker Dale Dixon talks about Written Communication and how today's leaders are judged on this critical skill.

Project Management: A Continuing Conversation (Series Ep. 3)

Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price finish their discussion about project management in today’s episode. They discuss the people part of project management, including team morale in synergy. Ron shares one of his favorite project management tools, and gives five simple things to do to create a collaborative team.

Persuasion: Building Trust With Your Team

In this short video, Executive Coach and TCL faculty member Ryan Lisk talks about the importance of improving your ability of persuasion in a logical and reasonable manner.

Conflict Management Begins with Understanding Conflict

In this short video, Executive Coach and Team Health Specialist Andy Johnson talks about how conflict management in the workplace is critical for us to function and move towards performance, outcomes, and all kinds of measures of health.

Think Differently About Competition at Work

Common Change Management Mistakes

In this short video, Executive Advisor and Organizational Excellence Coach Lori McNeill discusses the importance of focusing on a change management strategy and why it can be challenging for companies.

Diplomacy and Tact: Considering Other Opinions

Leaders who possess diplomacy and tact treat others fairly in a sensitive and effective way, regardless of personal biases or beliefs. In this short video, Brent Patmos talks about this often misunderstood leadership competency.

Creating a Common Goal

In this short video, Executive Coach and Team Dynamics Specialist Whit Mitchel talks about Teamwork. He discusses why this leadership skill is important, offers ways to assess your present teamwork capacity, and talks about the four phases of teamwork.

Recognizing Other Perspectives

Understanding and evaluating others is the ability to see the individuality in others and to recognize a person’s unique point of view. TCL faculty member Ron Price shares his insights on this important leadership competency.

5 Keys to Creating the Ideal Work Environment

One of my favorite interview questions to ask candidates is “what’s your ideal environment?” If the environment is not right, skills, values and other intangibles may not matter. Different individuals thrive in different environments. The key to craft an ideal environment is to understand a person’s drivers and primary behavioral style. 

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