Six ways to be able to retain and recall what you have read

Shane Parrish of The Knowledge Project has written a rather meaty article on how to remember what you have read. Here are the highlights: Quality matters more than quantity. If you read one book a month but fully appreciate and absorb it, you’ll be better off than someone who skims half the library without paying attention.Speed-reading … Continue reading Six ways to be able to retain and recall what you have read

Three virtual vs. office articles – thought provoking and useful

Please find attached three articles from The NeuroLeadership Institute on how to navigate the new world of work to increase productivity and fulfillment. Many great tips and tricks are in here as well as simple suggestions on how to lead teams and meetings better in the new hybrid world. Virtual can’t be better than in-person, … Continue reading Three virtual vs. office articles – thought provoking and useful

“Cultural Fit” Hasn’t Been Working. What About “Culture-Add?”

Hi all! I highly recommend this brief yet informative article from David Rock. He is challenging the process of hiring for cultural fit. He provides two examples from well-known companies that focus on adding cognitive diversity into teams resulting in increased performance. Here are my takeaways: Diverse teams have higher IQs and EQs.Diverse teams feel … Continue reading “Cultural Fit” Hasn’t Been Working. What About “Culture-Add?”

Which of your customers and products are super profitable?

I am spending the majority of 2021 re-reading my top recommended books from the past three years. One of them is 80-20 Manager where the main theme and its implication drives much of my thinking, writing, speaking, and coaching.Here is an excerpt I recommend you share with your leadership teams:The assumption that all sales are good leads … Continue reading Which of your customers and products are super profitable?