Resonant Leadership

I was preparing a personal coaching session and I was revisiting some coaching material I have from my trainings, when I found this little gem about Resonant Leadership from a training course I took in 2014 on Resonant Leadership and the Neuroscience Behind It and I thought it would be nice to share it. This is an … Continue reading Resonant Leadership

Holacracy – from Feudalism to Fractalism

Three years ago I wrote this blog post expressing some doubts and concerns about Holacracy. Some time has passed since then and I think the time has come for Holacracy to start making a change in the world. My initial skepticism has vanished. Hundreds of organizations are running on Holacracy already and there is a powerful and … Continue reading Holacracy – from Feudalism to Fractalism

Forming, Storming, Norming … Bullshitting

At risk of being burnt alive for heresy by the Coaching Inquisition, I have to publish this post. I said to myself "if see a reference to Forming-Storming-Norming-Performing again I will blow up". So, here it is. Enjoy! Perhaps, one of the most widespread model of group development is Tuckman's model. It's being used as … Continue reading Forming, Storming, Norming … Bullshitting

Performance Appraisals

Last week I had dinner with Jerry, an Agile Coach friend of mine, who is currently working in a mid-size company of about 2000 employees that is starting its “Agile” transformation. As part of the transformation journey, a new performance management process is being defined by HR in collaboration with some external consultants. And Jerry was telling me how … Continue reading Performance Appraisals

Team Leadership

It is fascinating that much of the literature on team performance in recent years has ignored the role of the leader. Leadership is a structural condition of teams that can have a great influence in performance. However, team leaders are not as important as we think they are, and left alone it is quite probable they … Continue reading Team Leadership