Monthly Archives: January 2014

How to Build Trust if Your Boss Doesn’t

In my work with leaders who are trying to build higher trust within their organizations, I often hear mid-managers say, “I really want to build trust, but my boss seems intent on doing things that destroy trust almost daily. How…

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The Value of the Product Backlog

Originally posted on Ullizee:
Scrum is a light-weight framework with a minimal set of rules. The rules help people to empirically make the most out of every single day of creating software products. Next to 3 roles and 5 events,…

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Resolve in Style

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Root Out Dysfunction in the Boardroom

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What To Do When Your Co-Worker is Driving You Nuts

Originally posted on Edgyangel:
  I’ve been coaching people in the workplace for 14 years now. And as a workplace coach I get the opportunity to listen to a lot of stories of frustration and woe. Invariably these stories are…

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