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How to Actually Help People, "You're Not Moving Fast Enough" and Other Poor Feedback. TPL Issue #144

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

Tech People Leadership

July 14 · Issue #144 · View online
Links, notes and opinions for leaders in the tech industry.

Help, advice, 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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People
Twitter Thread: How to Actually Help
4 Ways To Engage People Who Don't Want to Be Happy
How do You Pay Back Your Relationship Debt? - Tom Bartel
"You're Not Moving Fast Enough"
Founders, CEOs, Board Members, Heads of Product - everybody wants software development to go faster. Thus it has been and thus it will ever be until we find some way of deciding what “fast” means. Herewith a few posts around the subject,
Don’t Create a Sense of Urgency, Foster a Sense of Purpose.
Would You Rather Be Late — or Wrong? a Strategic Case for Waterfall Development
The Button Problems - Travis Kimmel - Medium
Manager ReadMes
What I Learned About Myself From Writing a Manager Readme
Avoiding Mistakes with your Manager README – Matt Newkirk's NotSoSoftware
Quotes
“Worry is a way to pretend that you have knowledge or control over what you don’t–and it surprises me, even in myself, how much we prefer ugly scenarios to the pure unknown” — Rebecca Solnit
“One is never afraid of the unknown; one is afraid of the known coming to an end” ― Krishnamurti
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