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We don’t need leaders who tell us everything’s fine and that they have all the answers. Today, the work of leadership starts with recognising that there is still a lot of grieving to be done and intentionally creating spaces for people to be seen and heard. Deep listening, sense-making and taking the next step together.

What will you be saying to your people?

Read the full article, 'Today, the work of Leadership is Holding Space'.

#leadership #compassion #emotionalagility #legoseriousplay #liminalplay
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Self reflection is key.  If it happens in your career that you are in a leadership role, self reflection becomes even more important. After nudging the team towards a mindset of writing automated tests for the last two years, I had to be honest with myself that this way of working is not ideal for a young startup in its exploratory phase. And you know what? Talking about that with the team was an easy task and did not feel weird or wrong in the finest way – because we have established a culture of psychological safety at OnlineDoctor! Don't underestimate cultural aspects like this – it might become relevant for yourself sooner than expected. 
CTO, OnlineDoctor AG
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Presented "Becoming a Servant Leader, Leading from the Trenches" at CodeMash 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inQVUtqTtgo
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One of the many Team retrospective games. Start, Stop, Continue.
A lot of meetings can be stuck in an endless loop of discussions. Often going back and forth over the same things and even going off topic and discussing something completely different.
How many of you have been in a meeting to review your week that went on for over an hour and nothing was really achieved? Or you have another meeting to clarify the first? 🤦‍♂️
Well, you can use retrospective games like this to narrow down the teams feelings and create some quick, actionable goals. In this exercise, everyone has a change to note down what they think should be added to the workflow, removed, and continued. 
 
 A nice and quick review for you and your team!
Have you tried this before or maybe something similar? Let me know below.
Dec 06, 2019
Received a Certification
I am now a certified UX360° - Certified UX & Usability Expert, certified by the XDi Experience Design Institut
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