Author Archives: Randy Conley

About Randy Conley

Randy is the Vice President of Client Services & Trust Practice Leader for The Ken Blanchard Companies. He works with clients around the globe helping them design & deliver training and consulting solutions that build trust in the workplace and oversees Blanchard's client delivery operations. He has been named a Top 100 Thought Leader in Trustworthy Business Behavior by Trust Across America. Randy holds a Masters Degree in Executive Leadership from the University of San Diego and enjoys spending time with his family, bike riding, and playing golf. You can follow Randy on Twitter @RandyConley where he shares thoughts on leadership and trust.

Leaders Must Identify the Place, Clear the Path, and Set the Pace

If you think you’re leading and no one is following, then you’re only taking a walk. Leadership is about going somewhere. It’s about getting a group of people to mesh their talents, work together, and move from point A to … Continue reading

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Do You Have the Constitution to Lead?

Do you have the constitution to lead? Leadership is a demanding activity that can test your mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical constitution. But that’s not the kind of constitution to which I’m referring. I’m talking about a document like the … Continue reading

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Leading in a World Gone Social – 3 Tips for Success

We are living in a world gone social. Social media has fundamentally changed the way consumers purchase products and services, the marketing and customer service strategies companies employ, and the way leaders engage with their people. If you think social … Continue reading

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4 Steps to Living Your Leadership Legacy

Honor. Courage. Humility. Integrity. Loving. Fun. Hero. Those were the words used to describe Dan Hines at his memorial service last Tuesday. I didn’t know Dan that well, having met him just once, but those who knew him well, really knew … Continue reading

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3 Requirements for Any Successful Virtual Team

If you don’t work as part of a virtual team on a regular or occasional basis, chances are you have colleagues or friends who do. Fifteen years ago it was a different story. I remember asking my boss at the … Continue reading

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