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Three Ways Feedback Works For You And Not Against You As A Leader

We have misused feedback, and in thinking we were being objective, we have actually been subjective. We don’t really give people a lot to work with. Constructive feedback is aware of the science behind how people learn, and the steps to take in light of that truth.

Joe Woodruff

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January 12, 2023

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January 5, 2023

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Scott Smeester

Leaders Lead Leaders: How technology leaders rise above regardless of where they rank

Leaders lead leaders. They can’t help it, but they can own it and be more effective in it. The first of four strategies is to serve by being clear and unapologetic about the value you bring. There are three areas in which you must do so: What can’t be contained in you, What can’t be denied from you, and What you must handle with care.
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December 29, 2022

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Scott Smeester

What Leaders Do Differently To Reach Their Outcomes

A goal will fail without a system, and a system will fail without resolve. But we misunderstand how resolve works, and why it is the essential driver between a desire and its fulfillment. Understand the place of resolve, and 2023 will elevate you and your leadership.
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September 29, 2022

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Scott Smeester

Why A White, Male, Executive Advocates For Women As Technology Leaders

We need women to lead in technology, but the standard narrative as to why misses the point. And as women continue to elevate their leadership, they do so knowing the critical areas to focus on, the mistakes to avoid, and the skills to develop.
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August 31, 2022

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Scott Smeester

When You Lead But Don't Feel Established Yet

It’s one thing to have earned a position. It’s another to feel established. Is your feeling grounded in reality? Discover the traits of those who are, and who are not yet, established.
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August 2, 2022

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Joe Woodruff

How Leaders Rise From Failure And Keep Their Team With Them

It’s not enough to get back in the saddle after you fall. You must embrace a shift within you. You must address a crowd around you. You must change a story about you.
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July 13, 2022

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Joe Woodruff

The One Tradition CEOs Get Wrong About Succession And Why They Must Mentor A Technologist

CEOs often look to be succeeded by someone like them. But the great CEOs have led their company to a place that requires different skills for a better future. And that will be found in the technologist.
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