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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 Mar 27
25 hours to career literacy webinar. Feedback? "...skeptical when signed up, re-engaged, reinvigorated after. Thx!"
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Tim Ragan Mar 22
Cool trend, could be environmental game-changer if practiced intelligently. Look what it has done for corporations!
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Tim Ragan Mar 22
A remarkably good list that most will never get until later in their lives. #10 mostly true, except for skydivers:
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Tim Ragan Mar 22
Good down-to-earth advice here, nice split of different rationale for networking meetings and so different formats.
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Tim Ragan Mar 22
"Where is HR when you really need them?" by on
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Tim Ragan Mar 21
As new business model, I want to design a truly "on-demand" workforce blueprint that served both parties equitably.
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Tim Ragan Mar 20
Delivering popular free webinar "career literacy for turbulent times" 3 times over next few weeks, check it out:
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Tim Ragan Mar 16
I like this model: 3 key targeted "projects" for a 90 day sprint. I'm experimenting with 5 week sprints also...
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Tim Ragan Mar 16
I applaud this thinking. In my career my best retention strategy was "always working to put myself out of a job".
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Tim Ragan Mar 16
I've built this into "turbo-charger" service blueprint. Great to see focus on feedback loops, experiential learning:
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Tim Ragan Mar 15
I really like concept of "wormhole" between offices, distributed teams. Very straightforward, potentially powerful:
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Tim Ragan Mar 14
This is a pretty good list. I especially like numbers 8, 9, and 10 (areas I'm trying to hold myself accountable to)
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Tim Ragan Mar 14
My life off course? What you trying to tell me...? I'm still struggling with #4, feel pretty good with the rest:
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Tim Ragan Mar 14
New work world = free agent. What we all need is clear instruction manual for "how to" of finding meaningful gigs:
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Tim Ragan Mar 14
Shared this with friend going through M&A. Deserves to be more widely shared as all times/orgs are "uncertain" now:
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Tim Ragan Mar 14
Hard to believe anybody is still doing what is suggested in the title of this article. Still, the advice is good...
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Tim Ragan Mar 13
Everybody wants to be stronger emotionally (at least I do, anyway). Here are 5 great questions that help:
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Tim Ragan Mar 9
"When the snow melts, the s**t will show. And the snow always melts". Welcome to the springtime of Uber and Travis:
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Tim Ragan Mar 9
Looking around, it seems like WE ALL need to commit to these -- more great (researched) stuff from Eric Barker:
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Tim Ragan Mar 9
Yup. None of these scream "potential high performer" to me! Nobody wants people with these habits on their teams:
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