Good leadership/management takes empathy and compassion for the people you lead. You can lead without it, it may even be today’s norm – but you cannot be a good leader or manager without it. If you lead without empathy or compassion you will end up seeing people as resources that can just be replaced and … Continue reading Leading with empathy
If your only tool in your management toolbox is authority and your ability to exercise it, then you are not really a well-developed leader. Getting people to follow by way of authority, is as blunt and single-minded as leading people with a gun to their head - it does not require that much talent. Great … Continue reading Authority is not leadership
Disturbances at work can be annoying and hinder productivity whether you are a developer, a writer, a manager or something completely different, so how can we minimize disturbances at work? I have seen and heard a lot of advice on how to minimize disturbances at work. But they all seem to somewhat focus on the … Continue reading How to minimize disturbances at work
There are truckloads of books, seminars and courses on the latest and greatest management theories. But is the latest and greatest really what we need or are developments in management theory primarily making the wheels spin for the people who invent them and the institutions that rely on teaching them. Can a man that lived … Continue reading Wittiness – Aristotle’s take on management
Why did I choose to have a WordPress site as a Full Stack Developer? Why did I not choose to show off my skills and build something from scratch in ReactJS with a .Net Core backend for instance? Am I not missing an opportunity to showcase abilities and perhaps even giving off a lack of … Continue reading Why a WordPress site as a Full Stack Developer?