View profile

Measuring Psychological Safety, Guardrails and Tripwires, Feature Creep. TPL #145

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

Tech People Leadership

July 28 · Issue #145 · 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.
As always, feel free to forward to leaders, managers and others who may find this useful. Received a forwarded copy? Sign up here!

Management
Square’s Growth Framework for Engineers and Engineering Managers | Square Corner Blog
Guardrails and Tripwires: Staying on Track in a Chaotic World
Attack of the Feature Creep - Mia - Medium
Spidey-Sense – Rands in Repose
People
Measuring Psychological Safety - Richard Mclean - Medium
When I Tell a Joke, and You Laugh, I’m More Likely to Joke: The Situation-Behavior-Impact Model of Feedback – Management Kaizen
How to Establish Peer Accountability and Overcome Interpersonal Discomfort - Tom Bartel
Quotes
“This is only a foretaste of what is to come, and only the shadow of what is going to be” — Alan Turing (who will be the face of 50 pound notes in England)
“A self that goes on changing is a self that goes on living” — Virginia Woolf
“…we use the word cooperation to mean costly behaviour performed by one individual that increases the payoff of others. Opportunities for cooperation are omnipresent in social life” — Robert Boyd, and Peter J. Richerson

Did you enjoy this issue?
If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here
Powered by Revue
3150 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110