Yes, a listicle, but a good, practical one: excellent questions for going deeper into conversations with team members and co-workers. And the author’s book - The Coaching Habit - is a very neat introduction to coaching at work. Worth checking.
Very cool post from Ed. Another word substitution: “and” instead of “but”. As in “I know you’re trying hard, and it’s not enough” vs “I know you’re trying hard, but it’s not enough”. See the difference? Pretty neat.
Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman spent decades looking at all the ways we incorrectly think we know what we’re thinking (see “Thinking Fast and Slow” for the gospel). This is a neat discussion about when we might “trust our gut” (not a lot) and when we might want to think things through some more.