As a leader, hire for culture, capabilities, and diversity. Stop hiring for skills that can be easily taught and focus on the specific skills your team needs.
Strong leaders don't need to issue COMMANDS - their teams just seem to know what to do without being told. Here's how to ABSOLUTELY make this happen for you.
In many organizations, nothing wastes more time than metrics with no purpose. Here's help on the RIGHT way to measure team performance.
A ScrumMaster is a coach and a mentor, an agent of change and a catalyst of momentum - a true leader. But have you taken your leadership skills to the edge?
Do you give your team feedback, but nothing seems to come of it? Here's some simple techniques for giving feedback to your employees, staff, and teammates.
In 35 years of coaching, I've met workers who weren't allowed to discuss issues with another group without their manager present. Let's unpack this situation!
As a ScrumMaster and organizational change advocate, here's 7 things you can do to help your organization embrace change as a normal way of life.
Change usually creates conflict, but a good ScrumMaster knows what types of conflict to expect and is prepared to handle it with correct conflict responses.
In my 35 years of coaching, many employees discuss managers who complain when a worker leaves their desk, but monitoring snack time and bathroom breaks won't improve productivity.
We're excited to share with you a video recording of our recent webinar, Servant Leadership in Scrum, plus the downloadable slides from the webinar.
Whether it’s conflicting personalities or just differing opinions, as a leader, you need to know how to deal with a difficult team member.
Creating a maximum outcome team is every ScrumMaster’s goal, but you must first understand how great teams form and what YOU need to do to create a great team.