To get the most of your team's knowledge invite them into the design process early (but kick them out just as fast).
Ryan Thomas Riddle and Marcin Treder -
Leaders should always have the phrase “What do you recommend?” at the ready.
David Marquet -
To please the powerful, flattery will get you no where. Instead, focus on learning and aiding the other person's goals.
Heidi Grant Halvorson -
Put your ego aside—withholding feedback shortchanges both you and the recipient.
Christian Jarrett -
Not paying attention in a meeting is arrogant.
Justin Kunkel -
Ever start a new job and realize it wasn't everything you were promised? Avoid the post-hire let down by asking the right questions during the interview.
Sarah Kathleen Peck -
Fostering healthy disagreements in meetings is key to surfacing the best ideas. But first, you need to set the right structure, roles, and limits.
Erica Dhawan -
Finding a mentor doesn't have an endgame. It's an ongoing process that requires checking your ego at the door.
Ryan Holiday -
When we unfairly criticize others, we're creating a unnecessary roadblock for our own work.
Lauren Bacon -