You are full of hope. You want to make changes. You want to make it stick. You are hopeful to make other people’s lives better, more meaningful if you may. You are longing for getting organizations’ not only to think about their bottom line but societies’. You aspire to make the flow smoother, to identify… Continue reading Canaries of the Intellectual World, Unite & Sing Together!
I presented “Your Inner Leader” at Agile and Beyond 2018; an interactive session to get the audiences’ feet wet with coaching techniques and practices. This session was utilization of the Simple Coaching Model to improve you leadership style. It gives you a tool on how to make your leadership style more core to yourself. It was delivered… Continue reading Your Inner Leader + Coaching – Agile and Beyond 2018
I took a three-day course on transformation, agility, and leadership. It was called Agile Transformational Leader. There were lots that I learned throughout whole three days. It was a great stop on my professional journey, to step back, and be more mindful of where the journey is taking me. I was in the course with… Continue reading Speak Up!
I took part in a week-long course, Problem Solving Leadership (i.e. PSL) with Esther Derby and Don Gray in November 2017. As a result, I have acquired “THEMSELVES LEADERSHIP” award upon successful completion of the course for being courageous to stand up to my values, self-awareness of my disrupting & humorous nature, & adapt to… Continue reading Problem Solving Leadership (PSL)
If you learn one thing from Problem Solving Leadership Workshop, it has to be asking questions. There are lots and lots of information available out there. And not all can be transmitted to you in at once. Even if it could be, the order of transmitting the data might not be aligned with the order… Continue reading Ask Questions, Please!
“Everything is personal”, Mo started his presentation by saying that. He was supposed to talk about Leadership, Empathy, and role of one in the other. It’s always personal. It’s always has been, even business! #TeamLeadTO pic.twitter.com/13xMvLQ5At — Shahin Sheidaei (@sheidaei) September 5, 2017 He took us through several exercises that gave us insights into empathy.… Continue reading The Role of Empathy in Leadership
The level of competence v.s. the level of commitment be prepared to be called upon if I don’t hear from you (facilitator technique) Self-esteem includes: Your self-worth Your self-respect Self-esteem at work influenced by The thing you say to people The way you treat people Self-esteem builders Providing sincere and specific praise Asking about a… Continue reading My Notes on Situational Frontline Leadership
I attended “Making the Transition to People Management – Situational Frontline Leadership” course in June 2017 and completed it by taking an active part in the activities and presenting the new tools/techniques learned from the course. This course focuses different development and leadership styles and specifically how each can benefit the other. This course is… Continue reading Situational Frontline Leadership
Paul Alofs Transformational change needs disruptive leaders! You can never step into a river (the same) twice. Disruptive leaders most valuable asset? Passion Capital! To read: J&J Creed Deloitte Change Survey John Maxwell One man with courage is the majority! If you are good you don’t need an introduction, and if you are not it… Continue reading My Notes on Change Leadership 2017
Toronto Agile Conference 2016 has happened in November. It was a great selection of Agilists and Agile enthusiasts. It was jam packed with great stuff to learn. I have attended three sessions about leadership, project management in Spotify and Leadership again and one keynote about the Host Leadership. The followings are my notes from the… Continue reading My notes on Toronto Agile Conference 2016