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Boundaries, Open Questions and Curiosity; Why You Delay Hard Decisions; Kill Your Zombie Meetings. TPL Issue #142

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Help, advice, commentary and insight for leaders of all kinds in the tech industry. Curated by Joe D
 

Tech People Leadership

June 30 · Issue #142 · View online
Links, notes and opinions for leaders in the tech industry.

Help, advice, commentary and insight for leaders of all kinds in the tech industry.
Curated by Joe Dunn, leadership coach to CEOs, founders, VPEs, CTOs and many others, based in San Francisco.
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Communication, Curiosity, Open Questions
The Truth about Boundaries, Curiosity, and Requests (Part 2 of 2) - Engineering Blog
Sometimes “Why?” Is the Wrong Question - Tech People Leadership - Medium
Leadership
Why You Delay Hard Decisions: Fear of the Bad Thing
15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership
Decision Disagreement Framework - How We Encourage Disagreements at Matter
Unnecessary Meetings
Dead-Letter Meetings – Aviv Ben-Yosef
You Don’t Need Standup - palmerj3 - Medium
Software
Julio Biason .Net 4.0 - Things I Learnt The Hard Way (in 30 Years of Software Development)
Quotes
“A real conversation always contains an invitation. You are inviting another person to reveal herself or himself to you, to tell you who they are or what they want” — David Whyte
“We speak continually of saving time, but time in its richness is most often lost to us when we are busy without relief” — David Whyte
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