1. A leader who is available and approachable has a central position in the collaboration network.2. Humble people want to learn about their strengths…
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Small-world communities are stable and withstand changes. Subgroups form, but bridge builders make sure that the community isn't segregated. Is your…
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Over time,- you more quickly forget those people who are different.- you build up faster new relationships with those who are different.- you quickly…
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tl;dr: Your network's size is less important than the density of (imagined) interactions for getting out and seeking help. What matters is the density…
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Topic: Professional Development; workbook available
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There are two ways to measure if your team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking: the traditional survey or new text-based methods.
Everyone has some form of influence over others. This influence can be only in your bubble (local influence) or reach into other communities (global…
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Topic: Team
The argument is simple: Synchronization of behavior leads to higher performance. This synchronization can be measured by analyzing communication…
A quick update on changes in my life: The jump to 100% self-employment, enlarging the newsletter with paid posts, and a move to the sun.
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What you say, tells others your areas of expertise. Getting this right is important for career development and team performance. Asking questions…
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Feeling connected to others is important to build good (work) relationships in remote teams. I talk about two solutions to help team members feel more…
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