Stephen Judd

Intent-Based Leadership

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I do whatever I want at work and I haven’t been fired yet

This approach to decision making is well articulated by David Marquet in Turn the Ship Around as “Intent-Based Leadership”. Rather than asking for permission to do something, state your intent to do something and let someone object if they have concerns. Most of the time, no one has concerns, because you’re a smart, capable person who is going to make good decisions.

Stephen Judd

Learn with others

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The Power of Learning From Your Peers

Not surprisingly, the model of “one expert to many students” is outdated in the knowledge economy. There is too much knowledge and information available and too many great ways of sharing that knowledge to limit ourselves. So how do we encourage more peer-to-peer learning at work?

Stephen Judd

Why We Suck at Conversation :: Bob Bertsch

"Gallagher offers some strategies for giving discussions “legs:”agreeing (The improv tenant “Yes, and” should be kept in mind. The point is not just to agree but to agree and add on), questioning, enhancing, answering, building, disagreeing, weaving, re-directing and re-thinking."

Stephen Judd

Cloudspotting

Wolfeboro, NH - 7/3/17

Stephen Judd

Cloudspotting

Antrim, NH - 6/28/17

Stephen Judd

Cloudspotting

Antrim, NH - 6/27/17

Stephen Judd

Cloudspotting

Antrim, NH - 6/26/17

Stephen Judd

Bumping the Lamp :: Bob Bertsch

Sometimes we need to challenge ourselves and make things harder, to achieve remarkable results. Failure along the way is a side-benefit.

Stephen Judd

Building a more passionate future workforce - http://bit.ly/2r5pZwA - long read, but worth it - "passion of the explorer"

Stephen Judd

Post offices photographs your letters - and they'll email you the pictures - Granite Geek http://bit.ly/2qXZSHC