It can be described as the feeling or sensation that the body is spinning or that objects are spinning around it. And kind of something similar is what we feel when we face (out of the blue) the unknown, when there is a no written path or rules to follow. So then, you hope you … Continue reading Vertigo
The business case
When facing decisions, or changes we can look only at the cost / benefit piece. That of course, will bring useful figures but it is not always about making the numbers. Qualitative data is as important as economics. What can you get from the new software, how would it bring the team to the next … Continue reading The business case
Being brave to suck at something
It would be rare that you’d never heard of, never been told about the comfort zone. How we should always try to expand it, by moving one step away from it progressively. Is always scary to stop doing what you master to experiment. So it’s easier to agree to developing by trying something new but … Continue reading Being brave to suck at something
What when the idea isn’t as good as we thought?
We are by nature ideas-generating machines. In a day we can ask and answer to ourselves so many times.. What if I did, try? And could I go home using a different route? Why don't we? Hummm... what would happen if...? As easy as they flow in our minds wwe let them go when we … Continue reading What when the idea isn’t as good as we thought?
Give me the space and the sky will be my limit
I 've heard that there are creative and logical people. But both have in common that when allowed to build something new, they come up with brilliant ideas. Ideas that, maybe, for years they have been thinking about but no one could hear them, that were triggered by a comment during an informal conversation, that … Continue reading Give me the space and the sky will be my limit
About books, summer assignments and teams
If we want we will find similarities between schools and organizations. We, as leaders, have the responsibility to know what we are asking for. We are accountable
Giver or taker, which one are you?
If you want to see your organization progress you need to take care of those givers you have. They will be the engine of progress and evolution
Weaving your network. Weaving your web.
When we talk about " our network", we usually think about it from a professional perspective only. But it is far more than that, it is a personal web formed with family, friends and occasional contacts not directly related with our profession or daily activity. The network we have created is part of a greater … Continue reading Weaving your network. Weaving your web.
The “W.A.I.T.” principle for better meetings
We think that the more we talk, the more important we are. And it is not like that. Be efficient, be respected