Bob and Alex review a list of the ten worst leadership lies. It is important to be aware of them and sensitive to them showing up in interactions on your team.
Bob wraps up the discussion of project management and leadership be reviewing symptoms that may indicate you really don’t want to work in this role.
Bob continues the leadership discussion in the context of project management with a look at the qualities of communication that are needed.
Bob talks about the comparison of core leadership skills and those that are needed in the realm of project management.
Bob reconnects with high school and college friend Marc Halpert to catch up on life, his multipreneurship and the possibilities of LinkedIn.
Recovering from acts of dishonesty from the previous administration and leadership team calls for special tactics and communication. Bob and Alex talk about these and the challenges that you face.
In the aftermath of the New York Times article on the work culture at retailing giant Amazon, Bob talks about the details of the article, Amazon’s Fourteen Leadership Points, and CEO Jeff Bezos’ response to the article. There is also a rebuttal post to the NYT article from a current employee.
In episode 59 Bob and Alex talked about how leaders could serve their teams well by giving a long hard look at liberal arts majors. The source of that discussion was an article written by Dell intern Audrey Lecker. Today she and Bob talk about this, China, and The Hustle.
Communication is always noted as a key trait of successful leaders, but it is important to remember that there are often important conversations we need to have within our more intimate relationships. Bob and Alex talk about advice for dealing with your entrepreneurial partner.