The myth of many hands

The myth of many hands

Adding people to a late project may be the most intuitive move to take, but it’s often a bad idea. Here’s why – and a better approach to turning your project around.

The elephant in your retrospectives

The elephant in your retrospectives

Every team has elephants – the only difference is that some are able to coax them out of the room. Here’s how to approach the most complex and uncomfortable issues.

How to fake excellent 1:1s

How to fake excellent 1:1s

One-on-one meetings are the cornerstone of your leadership practice. Here’s a framework (and a downloadable checklist) for focused and productive 1:1s.

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