All posts by Bob Price

Bob brings a very diverse background to his position Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Dale Carnegie Training. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo he was recruited into an operations management position with a national industrial chemical distributor. The operations background in distribution gave him the foundation to move into a successful career selling chemicals and the company’s hazardous waste management program which he received their highest performance award twice. He moved away from industrial sales to more strategic solution based sales when he joined Right Management the largest global career transition company in the world. There he worked with senior managers to design solutions to deliver specific predetermined results. As the Vice President of Strategic Solutions with Dale Carnegie, Bob has worked with companies both large and small to collaborate on professional growth strategies which provide his clients with the tools and resources to achieve their organization goals and objectives. He has been nationally recognized in the top 10% of Dale Carnegie’s consultants for each of the past three years.

“IFlying” Outside my Comfort Zone.

Skydiving is NOWHERE to be found on my bucket list, so when I was invited to attend a company function at IFly in Frisco last week, I seriously considered ways to excuse myself.

Smartest Person in the Room Listens

There’s an old saying, “if you look around the room and can’t find the dumbest person, then it must be you.” But is being the smartest person in the room the best thing for us as leaders?

Are You Wired for Success?

Are you wired to think “disruptively”? Does your organization embrace disruptive thinking?

Don’t Follow Pink Floyd’s Example!

Change will always be a challenge that requires intent and perseverance toward a vision.

The “Surgeon” Who Saves Your Business Money

What do good consultants and surgeons have in common? Let’s say you are having a problem with your left knee. It’s not getting any better. In fact, it’s getting worse.