Tag: Leadership

  • One Way to Mindfully Celebrate International Women’s Day

    Happy International Women’s Day. Today at work, we are celebrating across the company. In the US, the industry group I work with, the Energy, Resources & Industrials industry group, is hosting a discussion with Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and founder of Ellevest. I wanted to post another way to celebrate International Women’s Day… mindfully.

  • Striving to be a Son of Light

    Striving to be a Son of Light

    “Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter” — Yoda

  • “A Musician Must Make Music…”

    “A Musician Must Make Music…”

     “A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be ultimately at peace with himself.” — Abraham Maslow I had the rich pleasure to hear the William Peace University Peace Singers and Florida College Saturday night. That evening the Florida College students were spread amongst many volunteers hosts…

  • Who Owns the Space In Between?

    Who Owns the Space In Between?

      GUEST BLOGGER   Stuart Scott  “Making space for powerful conversations”  After 20+ years in the software business, Stuart tends to look at software development in terms of human interactions.  After all, most of the effort that goes into creating, selling, and using software consists of people working with people to serve people.  And most…

  • Overcoming the role of cognitive bias in critical decision making

    Overcoming the role of cognitive bias in critical decision making

    Folks attending Agile 2013 got a treat this yesterday. Former colleague Manoj Vadakkan and Agilist Bob Payne are going to address how cognitive bias plays a role in Agile Adoption . In researching and garnering feedback, Manoj and I were swapping anecdotal stories of cognitive bias. I’m going to share two here. If you happen…

  • John Baldoni in Leadership

    John Baldoni in Leadership

    “Leadership is an active, living process. It is rooted in character, forged by experience, and communicated by example.”