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In my 20+ year IT career, not one person has ever said, “You’re an artist.”
An Easy Way to Focus Your Efforts
What does it mean to be vulnerable when you work in the IT department of a major corporation?
How the self-imposed blind spot can derail the troubleshooting process.
How could we have been so far off?
Tactics to help you get back into high growth; where things feel exciting and fresh again.
We get stagnant, complacent, and we lose that spark – is there a way out?
Imagine you are in a boring meeting and one of your coworkers suddenly yells, “I really don’t care!”
It is well established that getting feedback can help your career advance.You’ve seen articles like, “5 ways feedback can boost your career” and “Top questions to get better feedback!”
This funny story reminded me of how our enthusiasm for certain technology solutions can cloud how we hear our customers.
Finally it is here, that conference you’ve been looking forward to for months. You’re excited to learn and stay connected with the latest and greatest thinking in your field.
Change is difficult – even the simplest difference in a process or how a system works can result in challenges.
“How does an old book on negotiation help advance my technical career?” Believe it or not, you negotiate every day with customers, coworkers, and management.
One of the most common mistakes I see among technology professionals is the failure to write down the tasks they commit to complete.
In the early 2000’s, I ran across a book called Primal Leadership by Daniel Goleman, Annie McKee, and Richard Boyatzis. I was a new technology manager at a large bank, and I was hungry to learn more about how to become a more effective leader.
It’s uncanny how many managers, particularly inexperienced ones, ask their staff to complete a status report on a regular basis.
There’s a common misconception among technology professionals that to be effective, you have to know everything.
“The entire Internet is down” the CFO’s admin assistant tells you as you walk past his office. You stop and turn towards him. “The entire Internet? What’s wrong?”