I am sure you all know the tricks that a used car salesman gets up to. They have the gift of selling ice to Eskimos. They are so busy talking the hind leg off a donkey that they don’t even know if the client is ‘around’.
I do at times get a little annoyed when I go with a salesman... Read More
Non-violent communication is a must for leadership today, especially in organisations who are undergoing an agile transformation. I have created this article based on Marshall Rosenberg’s Non-Violent Communication.
What scared me about reviewing non-violent communication is the insight I received on the Language of Dominates or the Dominative Structures we know so well such as kings and commoners, the good... Read More
In my personal experience I learnt that I needed to be more mindful to be a great leader. I kept asking myself, how do I become more mindful?
If you look up the meaning in the dictionary mindful means to be aware of, to be sensible, to be alert to, to be heedful of, watchful of, cognisant of, the willingness... Read More
If you would like to enhance your Agile Team’s performance then run a Team Discovery Day (TDD). This is no ordinary day. This is a day for learning how to collaborate and how to trust one another for peak performance that is sustainable. If you are a scrum master, a project manager or a leader of a kinetic team,... Read More
In today’s organisations we are faced with royal messes rather than just specific problems. We have unnecessary controls that defeat transparency and trust. We have processes that cause excessive resource wastage. We have legacy systems with much technical debt. We have unhealthy conflict with suppliers. We have the inability to keep our most talented employees. Our product delivery and... Read More