Yann Toutant believes companies can be more innovative by creating and working as remote teams. Our conversation explores Yann’s journey and what he’s learning.
Here are some different ways to prepare and think about your next job interview–as the interviewer or the interviewee.
Alexis Monville, Michael Doyle and I talk about working effectively with remote teams when meeting in person is not possible– a topic that came up as we collaborated on version two of Alexis’ book Changing Your Team From the Inside.
This episode explores the book A Second Chance by Catherine Hoke, my interest in law enforcement and the complexities of incarceration.
This riff explores the power of thoughts on feelings and how asking better questions yields better thoughts.
This in-depth episode explores personal values through conversation and live coaching with Michael Doyle.
Kate Dixon and John explore Kate’s discovery of gratitude journaling, all the benefits it has provided, and the impact it’s had on John.
This conversation with Michael Doyle (former colleague at Red Hat) explores what we found in Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday and reflect it back on ourselves.
Carolyn Campbell explains the fascinating journey she’s on to understand rural America by listening to the people she’s sent to by others. I met Carolyn as my first coach several years ago.
Here are a few things I’ve learned in the past few months.
This deep conversation with Michael Marvosh explores meaning and life lessons with prompts from nature and our own life experiences.
Here’s a short riff on a section from Time Warrior by Steve Chandler about alleged “time management” problems.
Vinod Jain works as a technology and management consultant in Northern Virginia. In this conversation we explore how get got to where he is today and the personal journey he is on.
Here’s what happened and what I learned in October 2018, a couple of which were the culmination of how the year started.
It’s easy to get off track and lose focus. Here are some of the ways I have been attempting to sharpen my focus and execution.