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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Leadership Lessons from Summer Camp

Leadership Lessons from Summer Camp

Summer is a time for having fun. Summer is also a time of hard work. Does that sound incongruous? During summer, more often than not, Americans take bigger vacations. Friends and relatives come to visit us. We go to amusement parks, lakes, zoos, and museums. We hang...

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Amy Essig Desai of Farallon Consulting

Amy Essig Desai of Farallon Consulting

Amy Essig Desai of Farallon Consulting Ms. Essig Desai is the CEO and a Principal Scientist at Farallon Consulting, L.L.C., with over 20 years of experience in environmental investigations, site cleanups, environmental due diligence, and regulatory negotiations. Ms....

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Success Starts with a Dream!

Success Starts with a Dream!

Summer is a time for having fun. Summer is also a time of hard work. Does that sound incongruous? During summer, more often than not, Americans take bigger vacations. Friends and relatives come to visit us. We go to amusement parks, lakes, zoos, and museums. We hang...

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Walt Disney was not a good leader… until he became one.

Walt Disney was not a good leader… until he became one.

Amy Essig Desai of Farallon Consulting Ms. Essig Desai is the CEO and a Principal Scientist at Farallon Consulting, L.L.C., with over 20 years of experience in environmental investigations, site cleanups, environmental due diligence, and regulatory negotiations. Ms....

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Lessons from the Presidential Debates

Lessons from the Presidential Debates

Six Requirements to be a High-Quality Leader, like NASABy Ron Rael“What if we could travel to the moon?”This question has been around ever since mankind learned that the moon was an object that circled the earth. Dreamers such as Jules Verne (1865) and Georges Méliès...

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Code Red

Code Red

Imagine that you told your employer about a harmful situation. You believe that the policy on this issue needs to be changed. You believe that you took the high road in calling the problem to management's attention. I am proud of you for doing that!   What would...

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Accountability Starts with Me!

Accountability Starts with Me!

Save the Unicorns“We must not eat the Unicorns!”This was the advice delivered by the President of the Northwest Chapter of the National Speakers Association at her leadership retreat. Elisa Hays wanted the members of her board of directors to have a singular focus on...

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Attitudes that Lead to Huge Failures

Attitudes that Lead to Huge Failures

Disneyland.   What do you think of when you hear that word? The happiest place on earth? Great entertainment? Marvel Universe?? Mickey Mouse? On this 64th anniversary of Disneyland, Walt Disney is still known as an innovator, pioneer, and major influence on the...

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Transparent: Verb Before Adjective

Transparent: Verb Before Adjective

  “We are a company that practices transparency.” “I am transparent!” I frequently hear statements like these in company advertisements and from individuals running for public office. However, like the labels of ethical and integrity, transparent is an adjective...

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The High Road Leader Does Exist

The High Road Leader Does Exist

  What is right with leaders today?   Leaders are the moral center of the group or organization they lead. What we hear most often about are the unethical leaders who don’t have a moral center or who prefer the low road.   Thankfully, there...

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