Monthly Archive: March 2012

Mar 28

Values Elicitation Exercise

This exercise is one that I share with my clients in the early days of our coching relationship as it helps me to understand them better.  Often it also helps build awarness for the client as they may not be fully aware of what is most important to them in their personal or professional lives.  …

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Mar 25

The imposter syndrome: An affliction that can sabotage a great leader’s success

An insight into an area of leadership psychology commonly referred to as imposter syndrome; its effects on personal performance can be quite startling.

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Mar 22

The affinity method for estimating stories

Planning poker is quite a popular method for estimating stories, but one of the huge drawbacks on complex projects is that it takes forever, especially if you have over 20 stories. Here is a step-by-step guide for how I guide teams through a much quicker process for estimating stories.

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Mar 22

Some surprising truths about admitting to our mistakes

It takes courage and humility to admit when we are wrong or that we have been the cause of some upset. So is it a lack of courage or personal pride that keeps leaders from admitting they were wrong or made a mistake?

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Mar 21

Agile Mindset – Changing Mindset and Emotions, A Model

It is during times of change in organisations when levels of stress increase. In this article I explore the ABC model and how I apply it to help people change their minds about the true source of their stress: themselves.

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