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"I had the privilege of participating in Priority Learning's first Executive Series. What an incredible experience! The opportunity to share ideas with and learn from the experiences of other C-Level executives in completely different fields than mine was invaluable. I gained a deeper understanding of my capacity as a leader, new perspectives on how to be a more effective leader, tools for managing teams and strategies for advancing my organization. Ralph is a dynamic and engaging facilitator, keenly sensitive to when to let participants dictate the rhythm and direction of the conversation and when to re-focus us"
Lauren Dietlin, COO
Maine Women's Fund

The Leadership Maker

By Ralph Twombly

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  • Communications

    Communications

    Let’s be clear here about communication methods for leaders. Face-to-face communication is best. Not just best, it is best by a mile. A phone conversation is next best, but it is no substitute for face-to-face connection.

  • Time for a Paradigm Shift

    Time for a Paradigm Shift

    Perhaps it is time for a paradigm shift, a shift in how people think and learn about what is out there for career opportunities.

  • Delegation

    Delegation

    The final test of leadership is to leave behind men and women with the conviction, commitment and competency to carry on in your absence.

  • Mind-Mapping

    Mind-Mapping

    This next excerpt of The Leadership Maker that examines Mind-Mapping and Systemic Thinking.

  • What Leaders Can Learn from the Movies

    What Leaders Can Learn from the Movies

    A perceptive leader recognizes that the most noble vision, expressed in a clear and meaningful style, has a very good chance to be misunderstood.

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