A listener asked us why we do what we do...why did we change to leadership? Far be it from us to not talk about ourselves...
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Join us as we discuss the frustrations of a listener who finds their company's leadership insufficient and is trying to get promoted. leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

Stay tuned after for another book! Let's talk about Daniel Pink's "Drive"... leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

We talk enough about letting teams fail, but how do you do that when the team seems to fail constantly? leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

Join our discussion of Tom Demarco's "Slack"...if your company is aiming to improve efficiency or--god forbid--optimizing, you need to read this! leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

What do you do when your company culture is changing and you tire of fighting for the old culture? We have thoughts... leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

A listener has been promoted to leader of leaders and wants to know what will change...join us as we guess! leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

In this episode, we talk about your options when the travel requirements for your role change without a change in your title...we have thoughts! leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

Join us in a discussion of planning in the face of those than keep changing the game plan. Should you give up? How do you stop change? We have thoughts... leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

The latest book we've read is Clay Scroggins' "How to Lead When You're Not in Charge"...here are our thoughts... leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

In this episode, we talk about breaking work into manageable stories in agile...and not delivering something "stupid"... leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

Our supply of questions is dwindling, so if you have a question about leadership, knowledge work, or really any topic of interest, send them here or to questions@leadingquestionspodcast.com to hear our brilliant thoughts!

Evidence we're good at life from an upcoming episode...
Jer: "wait, does toothpaste have an expiration date?"
Dawn: "It goes in your mouth"
Jer: 😮

In this episode, we discuss some ways of handling instances of sexism on your project... leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

For our third bookclub book, we read Ed Catmull's narrative about leading through the birth of Pixar. Here's what we thought! leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

In this (slightly late, sorry!) episode, we discuss that "missing stair" teammate that everyone just works around but is a drag on the team... leadingquestionspodcast.com/20

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