5 Best AL Ritter Quotes for Inspiration

Al Ritter quotes: Al Ritter is a well-known  management consultant, professional speaker, and best-selling author. His book, “The 100/0 Principle: The Secret of Great Relationships”. He is the founder and president of Ritter Consulting Group,

Al has consulted for more than 20 years with thousands of leaders in a variety of industries, both in the U.S. and overseas. He personally works with CEOs, managers, and teams committed to achieving breakthroughs.

Al earned his B.A. in Economics from the University of Connecticut and an M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School of Dartmouth College. He played basketball and baseball in college, and continues to stay in shape by training for and participating in two or three triathlons a year.

Al is a highly sought after speaker known for inspiring and motivating his audiences. Al’s straight-from-the-heart style, coupled with his experience as a leadership, team development, culture and large-scale change consultant, resulted in the delivery of speeches that equip and motivate leaders to drive significant change in their organizations.

Al Ritter Quotes

Al lives in Geneva, Illinois, with his wife, Barbara. They have two grown daughters, Ashley and Andrea.

In his free time, Al is a board member for several organizations and a fundraiser for Mount Saint Joseph, a Chicago-area non-profit residential care facility for adult women with varying degrees of cognitive and physical disabilities. Here are the most famous quotes from Al Ritter.

1. Be willing to tolerate discomfort – being uncomfortable is often the price for making a real difference. – Al Ritter

There are certain people in your life and work where the relationship is more important than who is right or wrong. – Al Ritter

Leadership defined: An equal and dual commitment to both results and relationships without compromising one for the other. – Al Ritter

Your listening, not your speaking, is your most direct access to leadership effectiveness. – Al Ritter

Effective leaders make it easy for people around them to tell the truth, to be candid and open. – Al Ritter