Ask Ron Questions About Leadership & Management

 

The team at The High Road Institute want you to succeed with not only your organization’s goals but your own goals as well. ‘Ask Ron’ was created to open a dialogue between people struggling with leadership and management problems and someone who has been answering those questions for over 40 years. With all the questions we receive, we are diligent in removing any identifying information and answer in a timely and customized manner. No canned responses here! Because you matter.

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Can Today’s Employees be Motivated?

Can Today’s Employees be Motivated?

One-size-fits-all does not work in clothes! Similarly, one-managing-style-fits-all does not benefit today’s multicultural workforce. You lead and manage people by helping them find meaning in their work and in your mission. If you do this well, you will have employees who stay and contribute more!

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The Great Leader Revels in Accomplishment

The Great Leader Revels in Accomplishment

The moment I noticed it I felt the irony. A dragonfly resting on a dragonfly! And that is the moment I saw efficiency in motion.   Let me start at the beginning… On a summer afternoon in our backyard garden, my wife and I enjoyed dinner in the warm sunshine. In...

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Are You Called a Bad Leader?

Are You Called a Bad Leader?

“There Is No Such Thing As A Bad Kid” This is the title of a book published in 2017, and the gist is that before we label a child as “bad,” we need to dig into the causes of their disruptive behavior. What does that have to do with leadership? [I am glad you asked.]...

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Every Business Wants Their Best Employees to Stay

Every Business Wants Their Best Employees to Stay

Alison’s Story   Alison believed that she had the ‘right stuff’ to be promoted into a senior leadership role. Her clients raved about her knowledge of the industry and a deep understanding of her employer’s offerings. In every performance review, her supervisor...

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HAPPY EMPLOYEES = PRODUCTIVE, LOYAL, ENGAGED WORKERS

HAPPY EMPLOYEES = PRODUCTIVE, LOYAL, ENGAGED WORKERS

Len was old school! What he learned about leadership was from his forty some years serving in the Marines and working at a Fortune 500 company. Therefore, I was not surprised when he informed me, “It’s not my job to be concerned about my employees’ happiness!” He...

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Commit to the Christmas Spirit Every Day

Commit to the Christmas Spirit Every Day

What would our world be like if every day was Christmas? As you can imagine, we would all experience more Sharing Cooperation Peace and Harmony Courtesy and Kindness Smiles and Laughter Joy… and (something that everyone craves) Love – real love Sadly, this aspect of...

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Start Over Day

Start Over Day

What would it be like if you could start each day with a clean slate? If you watched the movie “Groundhog Day,” Bill Murray’s character Phil had the opportunity to do that. Again, I ask you to imagine: What if you could start over, especially when something in your...

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Finding and Keeping Good Employees, part 5

Finding and Keeping Good Employees, part 5

Employers cannot find employees and it will get worse before it gets better. The national restaurant trade group recently announced that their industry would need 500,000 more workers just to get “business back to normal.” Where these workers will come from, no one...

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Finding and Keeping Good Employees, part 4

Finding and Keeping Good Employees, part 4

Employers cannot find employees and it will get worse before it gets better. The national restaurant trade group recently announced that their industry would need 500,000 more workers just to get “business back to normal.” Where these workers will come from, no one...

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Finding and Keeping Good Employees, part 3

Finding and Keeping Good Employees, part 3

Employers cannot find employees and it will get worse before it gets better. The national restaurant trade group recently announced that their industry would need 500,000 more workers just to get “business back to normal.” Where these workers will come from, no one...

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