Not only telling, but real involvement is the objective of my personal Meetup group in Munich. Changing organizations can be seen from a business perspective, but also from a personal point of view. Involvement and development come hand-in-hand and ask for experimentation and surprising changes of perspective. Often it looks like magic.
Trust is the basis for friendliness and friendship - for getting support and for being loved. Being trusted is giving us a feeling of happiness. But did you ever think in more detail about the origins? It will tell you a lot about yourself. It is to be seen in close relation to success. Growing trust into a business or a relation is seen as a prerequisite to succeed.
“Intrinsic motivation is essential for high-performing teams. Those leaders who understand the difference between internal and external motivators and know how to harness them will have the edge on their competition, on the field or in the marketplace.” “Praise the effort, not the outcome.”
A while ago I have been asking the community at Agile Uprising for some hints on how to setup communities of practice. I felt like I would need some support. I had a rough idea what I would want to achieve by establishing communities, but I was lacking the idea how to get there. The attention to the request was really good and I received a lot of hints all around the topic. Anyhow, they left me with the feeling, that I would have to take action to run experiments. I had to learn and find out by myself how communities of practice would work best for me. I did…
For many topics, we are facing an overexposure of information today. Too much information stresses us. It leads to wrong decisions. When do we ask ourselves if we need all of this information? What do we gain? Information fasting can help us to take a step back and observe what (missing) information is doing to us. One day or one week without laptop and phone can do wonder. Just processing information. Wisdom we have to extract for ourselves. It is the essence of information, which never can be told to us. Removing all the overhead by distilling ideas and come to conclusions is the challenge for each of us nowadays.
Today I will do what others won’t and tomorrow I can do things that others can’t.
If only one of the following headlines is drawing your attention, you should check out the full article. 1. We learn with our hands not with our ears. 2. Draw Everything. 3. Courses are not long workshops. 4. Everybody learns from everybody. 5. Your number one job is believing in them.