If you look back at your career thus far, think about the teams you’ve been a part of. If you had to pick a team that truly stands out as one of the best, which would it be? Whether you were the leader or a team member, what factors led to that being your best... Continue Reading →
In an earlier post I gave an overview of cognitive biases that can impact us as leaders and project managers. Here's a helpful infographic that summarizes 20 of those biases that we need to be aware of: For more information about these biases, see the Business Insider article here.
In my interview with Keith Murnighan about his book Do Nothing! How to Stop Overmanaging and Become a Great Leader, he mentioned two questions a CEO should ask people every day: "How are you?" This may seem rather obvious. However, the more responsibility we get, the easier it is to start thinking of people as... Continue Reading →