A conversation between myself and Justin Miehle. Timestamps: 00:00 – Introduction 07:05 – Focus vs. Concentration Unconscious and conscious mind DISC model Connection to stress 21:35 – Decision making Spending money 30:25 – Organizational Psychology Intangible vs. Tangible value delivery Efficiency vs. Effectiveness 37:41 – Transition from technical to non-technical role Virginia Satir – Satir… Continue reading TollyTalks Episode 1
Based on some conversations the first weeks back from vacation I’ve started questioning what I’m doing, how I’m doing it and how I’m adding value. So I thought I’d spend some time on thinking and clarifying that to myself. First of all I’m working under the assumption that the MVP deadline we have is the… Continue reading Some Thinking Behind My Current Coaching Strategy
I had the honor of attending an open meeting with Narcotics Anonymous this weekend. My sister was receiving her badge for her 13th year anniversary. Very proud of her. Since this is a very large part of her life, she really wanted me and our little sister to be there and experience this together with… Continue reading What organizations can (should) learn from Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
I had some quick thoughts on how a good mission statement can help. Challenge: The absence of leadership This is one of the things that I experience regularly. The perceived absence of leadership. If you are an individual in a formal leadership position, this is your job, to provide leadership. However, it is also to… Continue reading 3 challenges your mission statement could help you with.
Part of the job of a coach when trying to helping an organization to move from one state to another is to identify behaviour that is productive or counterproductive. When you observe counterproductive behaviour and raise this a concern to stakeholders in this transition between states you are sometimes met with a lack of understanding… Continue reading ‘Undesirable’ behaviour…?
The “fun” part of being a consultant/contractor is when you get to attempt to answer seemingly arbitrary questions in a RFP. This is especially fun when it comes to the topic of agility. Here is one such attempt from myself: RFP Section 5 – Methodology : Refer your experience of an agile project setup within a… Continue reading …agile project setup within a rather waterfall shaped organisation…
I have made it my practice to actively take the time at the end of every week to reflect. Now that I’ve started blogging again it is my intention to generalize and rewrite the parts that contain any details that should not be shared. This week that is not possible. The introduction however, makes for… Continue reading My Weekly Reflections