General Manager of SitePoint Simon Julian shares:
How to create and maintain a high performing team, a boundless team, when you are on the leading edge of IT development
Challenges ahead for the ICT sector
3 books that changed his perspective on life, work, and leadership
Comey's book is not just about his take on Trump. It also reveals:
Higher Loyalty - it's not loyalty to the person but to values
Listening as a push-pull experience for greater understanding
You need to be confident enough to be humble
Many leaders work with me on their productivity. It’s a fundamental for leading Self and essential to master if we are going to expand our impact. Getting stuff done, the RIGHT stuff is every leader’s challenge.
This interview offers these highlights:
What people get wrong with productivity
Why projects are fundamental to business success and great workplace cultures
How the modern resume will list projects not just workplaces as indicators of professional nous and contribution
How to use projects to build habits
The inner game of productivity
How to build projects in to your personal life
What an Ishaya monk’s vows can do for productivity and quality of life
Workers crave freedom and flexibility. It’s the biggest driver for remote working: do work you love, where and when you want. The one hurdle is this: how do you know they are actually getting work done? That they are being as productive as possible and not just getting a free meal ticket?
This is the challenge that Liam Martin and his Aussie business partner set out to address. In this AAHHHHMAAAZZZZING interview, we explore:
The war against the Distraction Economy and what it’s costing us
The Big Data that facebook collects and what it can predict
A world where transparency builds better interpersonal connections and business cultures
How to build a great culture with remote teams
His main point is that development matters. We need to develop our mental and emotional capacities in order to contend with the world we have created. We need to develop our inner dimensions to keep up and manage the complexities of what has evolved in our various cultures and economic systems.
He is a little short on practical how to's, so I endeavour to offer some practical steps to help us evolve. This week it is on morning routines.
Shanyn is the Executive Director of Human Resources at Online Education Services (OES.edu.au) where she has been since 2011, part of the start up team. She guided the creation and implementation of all people related initiatives across the business including recruitment, remuneration, leadership development and organisational culture and engagement. All this through rapid expansion and growth. The efforts have not gone unnoticed, and OES has achieved and maintained Aon Hewitt Best Employer accreditation in 2014, 2015 and 2016. In 2017 they were named “The Best of the Best”.
Here is the book Simon mentions:
About Simon Waller
Simon is an author of two books Analogosaurus: Avoiding Extinction in a World of Digital Business and The Digital Champion: Connecting the Dots Between People, Work and Technology, he is also a sought after professional speaker and he runs a program called The Digital Champions Club to help organisations identify and adopt the technology tools that can provide you with a competitive advantage.
About Alisa Moss
Alisa Moss is a Director of Canberran design firm, DJAS. DJAS works with organisations to design work environments that range from hundreds of square meters to 85,000 square meters, from small spaces to whole buildings. Starting her career as a photographer, aesthetic design has always been important. A focus on sustainability has become equally so. Nowadays she includes the development of effective culture, alongside sustainability and beauty, as a key premise of her design work.