Leading teams in a new remote world is challenging and not yet something all leaders have mastered. Read my Float.com article on the topic.
I believe that retrospectives are the single most important regular session any team should run. Done right, they can lead a team to high performance.
When developing other people into leaders, there’s a multitude of methods you can use. Many years ago, my Managing Director used a method on me that had a profound effect on me and that I now use on others today
When people move from any hands-on role into management, they often question if it was the right move. I believe this has a lot to do with how satisfaction changes between the roles.
A key tenet of being a good leader is not complaining in front of those you lead. However, this is not as simple as it sounds and if not done smartly, can see you lose respect. So how can you uphold this critical leadership skill?
I was recently asked to be on a panel, hosted by Bright Network, entitled ‘What can scale-ups and enterprise technology teams learn from each other.’ Read on to see what my thoughts are on the topic.
The remote conversation has never been more prevalent but how much does personal preference and bias factor into them and skew direction?
As people become senior by displaying good leadership traits, they can lose perspective and unwittingly become bad leaders. Stay focused and avoid this.