Good Ideas vs Bad Ideas, Leadership Lessons, Hiring. TPL Issue #80.

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Tech People Leadership

December 4 · Issue #80 · View online
Links, notes and opinions for leaders in the tech industry.

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Good Ideas Look Like Bad Ideas (And Vice Versa)
Lessons Learned From Watching A Future Billionaire Look Stupid
The Idea Person – The Year of the Looking Glass – Medium
Leadership Lessons
Facebook's VP of Product on Mastering Focus and Intentional Work | First Round Review
Good Decision Making is the Hallmark of a Great Leader
The Hard Thing about Small Things – The Startup – Medium
Necessary Endings - InnerWill
Happy At Work/Hiring
Two Tried and Tested Ways to Recruit All-Star Teams
Sharing My Offer Numbers from Big Companies for Your Reference - Blind
What Makes People Happy at Work?
2018's Software Engineering Talent Shortage— It’s Quality, Not Just Quantity
Being Human
The Akrasia Effect: Why We Don’t Follow Through on Things
Quotes
““People who pride themselves on having ideas often fail to understand that only after ideas have been filtered through real-world world experience do we know whether they are right or wrong. Most turn out to be wrong.” 
          Thomas Sowell (via Brain Food)
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