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Tim Ragan
performance engineer | designing career, work team, & organizational tool kits for enhanced success in a turbulent world
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Tim Ragan May 22
I agree with title. For me, Advice too "tools oriented" over focus on personal discipline of effective networking:
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Tim Ragan May 22
Interested to see if this becomes clear trend across industry segments. To me, it feels too simplistic a solution...
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Tim Ragan May 11
Replying to @WorkN_US
Great set of character traits identified here. Great article . Thanks for sharing.
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WorkN May 9
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Tim Ragan May 9
Crawling under truck to hit frozen brake pads with hammer -- human 1, computer 0. More on self-driving trucks.
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Tim Ragan May 9
This is why I put my focus on helping build high performance teams -- an "A-team" better than an A-player any day:
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Tim Ragan May 9
1st inning of on-demand platforms ends in bubble popping (like all new models). Lots more inning to go, however...
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Tim Ragan May 9
Good practical tips -- no one is immune from disruptions cascading through the work world, so these apply to you.
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Tim Ragan May 9
Short read for internal free agents & change champs out there in organizations -- asking forgiveness vs. permission:
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Tim Ragan May 9
“Focus on the skills you need, the perspectives you lack, and the opportunity you provide.” — 
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Tim Ragan May 3
This concept bang on, specific instructions directionally good. In noisy times, only compelling stories stand out:
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Tim Ragan May 3
Short first-hand account of "portfolio career" in action, as era of the Free Agent takes hold in our working world.
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Tim Ragan May 2
Face it, most meetings are a pain. Here are 3 different approaches to designing purposeful meetings with real ROI:
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Tim Ragan May 2
For leaders & teams facing a "pivot" or a similar disruptive event, this is a great summary of how to approach it:
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Tim Ragan May 1
Find the people in your life that tell you these things and isolate them. That will help you get moving...!
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Tim Ragan Apr 18
Great leaders wanted for interview! Even if not you, read first bit here for great story on what real leadership is:
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Tim Ragan Apr 18
Calling all great leaders: PwC wants to interview you.
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Tim Ragan Apr 18
Great (and longish) article on scaling high growth companies with less painful people friction in your teams:
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Tim Ragan Apr 18
Career challenged? Just bored and have 90 minutes to fill this evening? In either case join us for our final schedul…
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Tim Ragan Apr 18
News Flash! Researchers discover no sharing going on in the "sharing economy", workers seem like everyone else:
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