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Measuring Success In Leadership
Using a clear methodology to measure success and developing leaders

Knowledge Vs Good Behavior
Mike chats with Lorraine about transferring knowledge while keeping track of the way you put that information out there.

PL: What we do
Ralph Twombly, owner of Priority Learning explains What Priority Learning does for newcomers.

Management vs Leadership
Craig from Priority Learning captures the difference between a manager and a leader in just about a minute.

The 3 Levels Of Listening
One of the greatest skills we all have and sometimes use well and sometimes not so well is our ability to listen. There are three levels of listening. We use each level at different times and in different circumstances. You may not be aware that you are using one of the levels, but the chances are you are using a level.

The 10 80 10 Rule
Priority Learning explains the 10/80/10 Rule, which is a basic percentage breakdown of how employees behave/produce/get along in any organization. Understanding this core business management concept will help leaders deal with problem employees who are a challenge to the team and the organization.

The 10 80 10 Rule Revisited
Priority Learning revisits the 10 80 10 rule. A core business management concept which explains the basic percentage breakdown of how employees behave/produce/get along in any organization.

Inspiring Leadership Quotes
Priority Learning has put together their favorite quotes from inspirational leaders throughout history.

People Process Product
In all organizations there are three important resources needed to be a success. They are People Process and Product! Watch this video to learn more about using these resources to make a company better.

The Five Most Valuable Principles

By Ralph Twombly
Set to be released early 2020

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