Author Archive | James C. Price

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10 Quotes to Help Stand Out in the Crowd

The more experience we gain in leading others, the more we realize that motivation is key in developing our team to make the most of each other’s skills. It is an arrow that is continually held in our leadership quiver to ensure we shoot toward an environment conducive to high productivity and open creativity. However, […]

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Quick Tips: Simplifying Your Leadership

One of the biggest mistakes leaders tend to make is complicating their management approach. And with a plethora of leadership books, podcasts, and online publications available, it can be more difficult than ever to maintain a simplistic view of leadership. (more…)

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Revealing Your Blind Spot as a Leader – And How to Fix It

Regardless of experience, skill, or tenure, every leader has at least one area in their professional scope that tends to fly under the radar. These blind spots are areas in which people cannot plainly see what’s clearly occurring around them. Whether due to a focus on other priorities or simply a shortcoming that causes a […]

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16 Myers Briggs Leadership Types (Part 2)

This is a four-part series. (Part 1) As we learned in the Leadership by the Numbers series about the Enneagram types, each person’s unique personality traits help determine the type of leader they are prone to be. Another strong tool to use to uncover leadership tendencies and understanding strengths and weaknesses associated with personality traits […]

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The Cost of Inaction

One of the biggest fears keeping leaders from taking a step forward is the fear of making the wrong decision, causing many to opt out of making a decision altogether. The simple truth about “opting out” is it’s just as much of a decision as choosing one of the options at hand. And as many […]

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Quick Tips: How to Be More Persuasive at Work

At some point in your professional career, you will need to persuade employees, clients, or peers to do a certain thing or think a certain way. And though you may not want to admit it, most people want to be more persuasive in their encounters and relationships. Check out these five quick tips to help […]

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The Case for Mentorship

From higher education and training to job changes and promotion opportunities, each decision a person makes has a direct impact on the direction of their career. Participating in mentorship programs, for example, is one decision that can not only make or break careers, but it can also create a rippling effect that your organization will […]

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Boosting Your Workforce with Staffing this Fall

For many organizations, the fourth quarter represents the busiest time of the year. From higher production demands to an uptick in service needs, these final months of the year can cause stress and anxiety for business leaders. However, using a staffing agency to fill seasonal employment needs takes the hassle out of hiring this fall […]

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Leading Up: 3 Keys to Upward Leadership

Effectively leading employees is paramount to creating a strong, successful culture in any organization. However, in some instances, there are blurred lines between the leaders and those being led. According to leadership expert John Maxwell “Most leaders want to lead, not be led. But most leaders also want to have value added to them. If […]

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Leading by the Numbers: What Your Enneagram Says About You as a Leader

Leading by the Numbers is a 10-part series.  Understanding your strengths and weaknesses as a leader is imperative to not only leading others, but also leading yourself effectively. But the make-up of great leaders doesn’t just lay in the balance of the pros and cons scale, it is the amalgamation of intricate character traits and […]

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