A positive NO
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Idea taken from the Oxford Leadership article The Power of a Positive NO, https://www.oxfordleadership.com/power-positive-no/ (includes the full article to download).
Last project meeting today with a small farewell session at the end. Something you normally don't do in an Agile environment 😉. Best statement was written on a virtual Thank You Card that I got during the session. The team saw me as their Role Model for a relaxed and stress less handling of impact and influence from the outside. Keeping them save in their project environment. Great message that I did appreciate a lot, as you can only be a Role Model when you are seen as one.
Some more interesting material to share:
- Coffee Machine Hit By Ransomware Attack—Yes, You Read That Right https://www.forbes.com/sites/daveywinder/2020/09/27/hacker-takes-coffee-machine-hostage-in-surreal-ransomware-attack
- Online meeting effective – 11 tactics for gamifying your next zoom meeting https://mytrainer.cc/2020/online-meeting-gamification/
- Get your company in shape by redefining how people work https://www.strategy-business.com/article/Get-your-company-in-shape-by-redefining-how-people-work
- TED Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/negin_farsad_a_highly_scientific_taxonomy_of_haters
- 3 ILLUSIONS ALL LEADERS FACE AND SUCCESSFUL LEADERS DEFEAT https://leadershipfreak.blog/2020/10/27/3-illusions-all-leaders-face-and-successful-leaders-defeat/
- TED Playlist: The art of finding common ground https://www.ted.com/playlists/753/the_art_of_finding_common_ground