My career's next chapter.
The silent and relentless erosion of corporate soul.
The art of smart speed in organizational decision-making.
The following post is something I really haven't shared before. But, it was on my mind during a recent 20 hour road-trip with my family and I had some time to process while everyone was napping so here we go. The world breaks everyone, then some become strong
One of my favorite shows growing up was Man vs. Wild with Bear Grylls - to this day, I still don't know why. A couple of weeks back, while discussing career progression with a colleague, I remembered an episode where Bear was Free Climbing out of a canyon,
Next year is shaping up to be just as uncertain and stressful as the post-COVID years. Use December as an opportunity to encourage your team to take some much needed downtime this holiday season. As a leader, it's important to not only allow your team to take time
Earlier on in my career I was working alongside a team of really smart developers building an application that you have probably used at a company you have probably head of as one of the typical unicorns [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicorn_(finance)]. Quarter after quarter we worked together,
> Pull up a comfortable chair and a calming drink and come spend a few minutes with Robert Greiner and me. I had the privilege of joining John and Brian on The One Broken Cog podcast to talk about careers, family, and transitioning into a leadership role. We got into
In today's episode, Charles, Igor, and I continue the discussion on taking intentional downtime to increase our physical, mental, and relationship wellbeing during times of crisis. We also discuss the idea of creating a Trip Report to share with our team when we return. The Trip Report was
In our first ever episode recorded as a group, Charles, Igor, and I discuss the importance of taking a break. We talk about the tricks our brain plays on us as we think what we are doing in this moment is too important to put down and some of the