By Dr. Ranjit Nair
True dialogue is an art form. It’s more than just a chat over coffee, a lengthy email string, or a series of texts. Dialogue is a form of conversation where people genuinely try to access different mindsets, ideologies, and perspectives to enable growth. In an organization where dialogue is revered and expected, transformation starts to happen—for both the organization and its people.Read more.
By Lisa Aldisert
In this short video, The Complete Leader faculty member and executive advisor, Lisa Aldisert discusses some of the characteristics that a leader should possess in order to persuade effectively.Watch here.
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.Listen here.
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