In this fast-paced way of life that we live, some people may find it hard to focus on all the goals that they have set for themselves. I came across an article recently
Recently, at my current project, we have been going on a journey to make impactful, sustainable improvements to the team and the way we work. This has mainly been facilitated through sprint retrospectives
In today's day and age, it is becoming increasingly difficult to know everything, especially when it is expected of us. As leaders we need to become more humble and accept that we don't know everything.
A look at how to find the balance between empowerment and communication in order to help create a great self organizing team.
As the saying goes, "If you can't measure it, you can't improve it"
Having more heads solving a problem isn't always better. This post will look at some of the things you can do to in order to achieve great teamwork.
A look at some of interesting ideas around finding your why and how it relates to leadership
Have you ever thought about injecting some dissent into your team, in order to avoid consensus? Well, what if you did...
When I see a person take the leadership role in the team for the first time, I often see them repeating the same mistakes over and over again. I think it may be
This is just a quick little post of something that I thought would be good to share. At the moment, I am trying to move the team into a more self-sustaining role at
I'm currently reading a book called Work Happy: What Great Bosses Know by Jill Geisler. I have only started the book and in the second chapter she talks about something that really resonated
When you think of team building you will probably think of going out to some location or and excursion where you do some tasks as a team. However, during my time at a