Techniques

Exercise: Count to 20

One of my primary speaking sessions lately is centered around helping people start learning through experiencing and not being told.  I’ve enjoyed this session and the results so much that I’m going to do a series of posts that highlight…

Techniques for remembering

One of the most important roles for leaders is this combination of challenging and supporting people with their growth.  The problem for me is keeping all of the information straight in my head so I don’t forget.  Over the years,…

Defining Soft Skills

Someone commented that my trainings and even this blog are too focused on soft skills.  When I inquired what they mean by soft skills…the response was “you know, people stuff like facilitation”.  I tried to come at this with curiosity…

Exercise: Pass The Issue

I experienced this exercise by Denise Jacobs in the Agile2017 closing keynote.  She asked everyone to write down something that their inner self-critic is loud (these were not her exact words but what has stuck with me as the gist).…

Exercise: Rock Paper Scissors

One of my primary speaking sessions lately is centered around helping people start learning through experiencing and not being told.  I’ve enjoyed this session and the results so much that I’m going to do a series of posts that highlight…

Something to say

These days, I tend to have session topics galore (thanks blog). Now it’s a matter of choosing which would be most fun for me, as well as, impactful for most others.  This means, I have to stop to remember what…

LiveStream Experiments

Several months ago, the Agile For All team was inspired by Peter Saddington’s experiments.  We decided right there to experiment with livestreaming as Agile For All.  Every Friday at 9 am, we go live based on a topic.  I’m not…