Tuesday Dispatch: Issue #79
The Owl and The Beetle
This week we learn about high-leverage one-on-ones, Kim Scott's management lessons, and the art of choosing. As well as luggage hero and screenrun.
Let's get going!
3 Droplets of Leadership
High Leverage One-on-Ones
Taking ownership of one-on-one meetings is an effective way to make the most of them, turning them from a mundane catch-up to a powerful tool for professional development and increasing the value of your contribution to the organization. Through these meetings, you can foster personal growth and collaboration, as well as make a positive impact on the organization.
Check out this article on high-leverage one-on-ones.
Kim Scott's Management Lessons
Management is a complex art, requiring deep relationships and understanding between the Manager and their team. Though this can make it difficult to grow quickly, it is essential to remember that management cannot be scaled. This is okay and should be accepted, as it is vital to successful management.
Don't miss this great article about Kim Scott's management lessons. It's excellent!
The Art Of Choosing
Sheena Iyengar is an expert in the field of choice and its emotions. At TEDGlobal, she discussed both the everyday and more serious decisions we make, and she presented her groundbreaking research that revealed unexpected insights about our decision-making process.
Don't miss it!
2 Grains of Technology
Let's say you want to spend those five hours before your next flight exploring the city, but you have already checked out of your hotel and have a suitcase.
With Luggage Hero, you can find safe luggage storage nearby. Check it out; it's fantastic!
This website lets users quickly create videos from screenshots and recordings, providing a handy resource.
1 Atom of Reflection
"It is impossible for a man to learn what he thinks he already knows." - Epictetus.