As I wrote in the first part of this series, I had to split my AMA session into several blog posts. Not because I had that many questions, but the few ones deserved sincere answers. Preventing a humongous dimension which would block most people from reading on, I decided this way. This is the second question:Continue reading “My first “Ask Me Anything” (part 2)”
2018 began in a rough tone. The year before was a rough one. I had some challenges professionally – an element of my team was cut and another one was sent to work as an outsourcing – and I had a tough financial setback in my personal life. But I kept moving forward, I kept optimistic, and I kept working hard. It eventually paid-of for a great 2018. I felt that I did learned so very much. I felt that all those issues and setbacks helped to my improvement as a person, and as a leader. I believe that we should share all the teachings that life provides, so I thought on doing my very first “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) session.Continue reading “My first “Ask Me Anything””
Many people believe they have to have all the answers. Even worst, they believe that it is demanded from them when they are in a leadership position.
I have been thinking a lot about trust in the organisational space and how to nurture such characteristic in a team. But, as I approach the landmark of 40 (it will be tomorrow by all means) my thoughts took me to a different path.
Continue reading “Empowerment – “please, go ahead, take a chance, make your call””