Every week I come across some great articles. Here are some of the posts I feel you will enjoy reading as much as I did.
by JT McCormick
It's much easier to have a conversation when you promote someone than when you ask someone to move laterally and for a pay-cut. An example of a conversation you can have when asking someone to change positions and take a pay cut.
by Mike Crittenden
A jelled team is vital for having a happy team. This article outlines some of the advantages of having a jelled team and then explains what things keep a team from jelling.
Subscriptions for software are ubiquitous, but not every type of software should be a subscription. This article explains why this is so and answers more critical questions such as when subscriptions work and when don't they? What can you do instead?
by Michael Lopp
Having a good 1:1 is a tricky business. Did you know that most 1:1's can be thrown into 1 of the 3 buckets - The Update, The Vent and The Disaster. This article tells you how to know which type of 1:1 you are having and what to do in each case to have a productive 1:1.
by Byrne Hobart
How do you network if you are an introvert and are bad at striking up conversations with strangers? As the title says, this article explains how writing is a good substitute for networking for introverts.