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The Five Conditions for Improvement

medium.com • 6 min read

I’d argue five questions need to be answered affirmatively, more or less in order:Does Bob agree there is a problem? This may take some time to prove out; in the process, the plan Bob came up with initially may prove to not be ideal, and he’ll need to pivot...

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Understanding Speed and Velocity: Saying “NO” to the Non-Essential

fs.blog • 5 min read

Understanding Speed and Velocity: Saying “NO” to the Non-EssentialIt’s tempting to think that in order to be a valuable team player, you should say “yes” to every request and task that is asked of you...

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The Feedback Paradox: Brutal Honesty, Radical Transparency, Radical Candor and Netflix

medium.com • 3 min read

Photo by Jon Tyson on UnsplashThe Feedback Paradox: Brutal Honesty, Radical Transparency, Radical Candor and NetflixFeedback is Necessary...

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Second-Order Thinking: What Smart People Use to Outperform

fs.blog • 3 min read

Second-Order Thinking: What Smart People Use to OutperformThings are not always as they appear...

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How to Deliver Constructive Feedback in Difficult Situations

medium.dave-bailey.com • 9 min read

And sharing our thoughts in difficult conversations can often get us into trouble, especially if the other person disagrees and wants to correct you...

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