The broken ladder: more choices in your career than you thought
Fresh out of university, starting my career as a developer in couple of small start-ups and being rather geeky in nature I never really thought too much about “a career”. The one thing I had set was to be a… Read More ›
What’s your point?
Have it ever happened to you that you wanted to report to your boss a great achievement or wanted to present a great idea on a meeting with five other people and you somehow couldn’t get the point across? And… Read More ›
Asking the right question, the wrong way and at the wrong time
It happens to everyone from time to time that we ask questions we wish we haven’t or make a statement we later realize wasn’t the smartest thing to say. We regret it and we even go and apologize. We know… Read More ›
It’s not my job!
There are not many situations that irritate me more than people reacting to a request by words “It is not my responsibility” or “It is not my job, someone else should do it.” And sometimes it doesn’t even needs to… Read More ›
SMART goals are not good enough
Being a coach or a leader who is using coaching approach to managing people means you don’t set tasks or goals with detail guidelines, but you rather set a vision, high-level goal and you frame it in such a way… Read More ›
Coaching approach to leading people
We live in exciting new times when more and more people work in so-called knowledge based economy having jobs that require creativity, knowledge, passion, ownership and that inner feeling of doing something that makes sense and will make a difference…. Read More ›