My notes on inputs. Things I've read, seen, heard, or otherwise consumed.

Journal: Thoughts on interviewing

My notes from: Some Thoughts on Interviewing and Why We Do It (Jason Wong's Blog) Two things: We’re terrible at assessing potential Multi-billion dollar sports teams get this wrong in the drafts of respective leagues and they have highly paid teams who spend months and assess years of data »

Journal: Two traits of the best problem solving teams

My notes from: The Two Traits of the Best Problem Solving Teams (HBR) Psychological safety is the belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes. Without behaviors that create and maintain a level of psychological safety in a group, people »

Journal: 10 Steps to having amazing one on ones

My notes from: 10 Steps to having amazing one on ones with your team (ebook from getlightouse) Set the right schedule - once a week ideally, never more than 1 month without meeting Set expectations Create a shared agenda, and let the employee set the agenda Get beyond the status »