I presented 3 workshops for an inspiring group of New Zealand business founders. Here is my “After Action Review” of my workshop presentation lessons
Allan Mulally, the former CEO of Ford said people need 3 things from their Leaders: 1. Who are you? 2. Where are we going? 3. Do you see me?
Good teams take time, 6 to 8 people is optimal, they need to work closely together, and the leader needs to be focused
Playbook for how to Survive a Downturn – excerpts from an article by Pete Flint
Summary of a chapter from the book “Working Backwards”, about how Amazon uses metrics – key performance indicators (KPIs)
A Microsoft study shows the average workday has expanded by 1 hour, and 30% of people resume work after dinner
How to run an asynchronous daily huddle with geographically dispersed teams to coordinate work and coach people more effectively
Managers get invited to a lot of meetings, but not every meeting is important. Use these rules to figure out which meetings to attend
Why do strategy anyway? The case for and against strategic planning.
My number 1 leadership productivity lesson: Carve out and fiercely protect 2 hours of uninterrupted time every day to do “The One Thing”