In this serie we’ll focus on all multiple facets of Leadership. Leadership comes in many forms. It sounds authorative, but it shouldn’t. Every individual can become it’s own leader. Stand strong, take charge of your situation and most of all, be aware of what’s happening with you and around you. When you mastered the basics, you can start inspiring others to become leaders in their own way. Think idependently, challenge the collective in order to believe and support it fully, and verbalize what needs to be said to improve situations.
Being a leader isn’t that much about ruling others, but more about having others following your example. This takes courage, hard work, dedication and a battleplan that runs deeper than you allow yourself to communicate.
- Work ethics, rewards and private balance
- The vast and free source of power that we often overlook
- The leadership arc
- Tips on how to conduct a retro
- Physical versus Digital
- The weight of Agility versus tech-debt
- Turtles all the way down
- Why and When to do Behavioral or Test Driven Development (B/T)DD
- Why and when to stay hands-on as a leader