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Amy Edmondson 15h
Are you reading tea leaves or doing your actual job? The safety net that fuels innovative thinking and problem solving at work
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The Fearless Organization Dec 11
I love this anecdote about the great Samuel Johnson. Now that’s how you admit ! Mid-afternoon
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Evan Dawson Dec 11
In the spirit of year-in-review stuff, questions: What's an issue on which you changed your mind this year? Who's a person who makes you think differently?
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The Fearless Organization Dec 11
Glad to hear it! Love to hear more when you have the chance
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Amy Edmondson Oct 8
. says: "there are 2 elements to selecting a good team. First, assemble people with diverse viewpoints. Second, ensure that those viewpoints are heard and respected. That may not happen if those in charge are overbearing."
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The Fearless Organization Dec 11
Replying to @WorkFearlessly
…to see examples of more subtle and even trivial expressions of ego that wear people down like water dripping on rock.
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The Fearless Organization Dec 11
Yes. What helps, what gets in the way. Very good lens through which to analyze almost anything. I do wish authors had chosen a less extreme example for their opener. I fear leaders will read a couple of paragraphs & say: well, I don’t do that, so I’m fine, right? # Would love...
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The Fearless Organization Dec 11
“I have already started measuring in my team...we discuss & practice it very openly in our daily interactions at our workplace.” V. best kind of comment! Esp. love seeing words like: discuss, practice, openly, and daily. This is walking the walk.
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The Fearless Organization Dec 10
Replying to @mrkmully
Someone with tons of followers: please make a clever hashtag to support to power. And then make it trend please? This man’s voice needs to be heard
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The Fearless Organization Dec 9
First chapter of by , and am already enamored of this book. There IS a way to have the real conversations we need to have. If in a hurry, watch her TED talk
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The Fearless Organization Dec 9
The difference between trust and ? Here you go.
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Amy Edmondson Dec 7
The safer team members feel with one another, the more likely they are to admit mistakes, to partner, and to take on new roles. via
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The Fearless Organization Dec 8
Just for fun, this storefront. (1886 photo from ⁦⁩; store was in Pawtucket, RI.)
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The Fearless Organization Dec 8
Replying to @WorkFearlessly
Hastening to add that "it" needs to be relevant to the work, respectful, and appropriate :)
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The Fearless Organization Dec 8
. Make it . Whatever "it" is.
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The Fearless Organization Dec 7
Replying to @WorkFearlessly
... resolve conflict productively on their own without managers’ intervention 4. Distribute authority to make decisions 5. Turn transparency in a way of life by sharing the information people need to do their jobs
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The Fearless Organization Dec 7
5 ways to build a self-managed company, per Laloux. Nice piece by , who adds that all 5 hinge on having . 1. A shift from titles to roles 2. Replace annual performance reviews with ongoing, peer-to-peer feedback.... 3. Encourage people to...
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The Fearless Organization Dec 7
Good leaders ask good questions. (Often they are deceptively simple. The listening & taking on board is the hard part.) 👍🏻 “What am I not seeing?” “What else is true?” “How is my perspective being influenced by my fears?”
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The Fearless Organization Dec 6
So happy to hear that. Thank you for spreading the word
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The Fearless Organization Dec 6
Very appreciative of this recognition: 1 of 3 best business books of 2019 in talent and category. Nice summary of each book, too! “Each...is distinguished by startlingly specific diagnoses & descriptions of the roots of our leadership crisis.”
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