08 Nov 2023
I recently finished my newsletter series on how I build high-performing software teams, and in that process, I recalled many moments from my career. One of those memories is a big part of my leadership style and what I want to share today.
09 May 2022
A client told me that they had recently tasked one of their subordinates to help someone else in the group. They were a little concerned with my uncharacteristic silence. After they asked why I was quiet, we talked about some of my concerns and what was going on. This situation comes up somewhat regularly, so I will walk through my mental breakdown of how to handle situations like this.
03 Aug 2021
Feedback is a popular thing to offer and receive, but most of us have a love-hate relationship. Setting up the feedback conversation is key, and one technique is to ask about the type of feedback they want.
26 Sep 2017
On Friday September 15th, I attended the first Agile Coaching Summit. I already told my wife, co-workers, and friends
how exhausted I would be from that weekend. Many thought my exhaustion would stem from staying out late and doing lots
of activities. I was exhausted because I am an introvert.
15 Aug 2017
My last post was laid out the basic parts of how I think about agile coaching. This post will take on the first piece
which is: You.
03 Aug 2017
There are incredible people in the world that have taken up the profession of agile coaching. There are others, like
me, who are figuring out what to do with their passion. Others still, are trying to make a buck by riding a wave of the