"Because people matter, we must lead them well."
In this podcast I help you get more of the important "geek work" done by helping you get others to want to help you! We all need to work on how well we communicate and work with others. This podcast teaches you how!
You’re not super technical?
You don’t have to be the most technical person to lead a software team.
What do you mean “It’s Better”?
Your #customer may mean something #different when they ask which #product is #better. What are they looking for? http://TomCooper.us
Do these really make that much difference?
Text-based and “virtual communication” cuts out a ton of useful communication cues that we use to interpret what others mean. People fill in the blanks with negativity. While I’m not generally a fan of emoticons, experts say we should use these 7 emojis to help convey your emotions. Want more like this? Http://TomCooper.us/workfromhome
Creating connection in a virtual world
I was blown away to learn of some great research by Dr. Nick Morgan who has written a book called “Can you Hear Me? How to Connect With People in a Virtual World.” In this episode I share a few of the great ideas that Dr. Morgan has studied. Want more info on working from [...]
Will you be the next success story?
Join me for a four session study from John Maxwell: “Leading Through Crisis” http://TomCooper.us/leadingthroughcrisis
What caterpillars can teach us about coronavirus
http://BrightHillGroup.com/leadingthroughcrisis We are “frozen” in our cocoon. We will emerge. Will we be transformed? That’s up to us! Join me for a great study on Leading Through Crisis
Well done and informative
This podcast is fresh with new ideas and insights that can be applied to every day life.
Quick & relevant leaderhip tips
I enjoy listening to and working to adopt the ideas BrightHill Group shares in these podcasts. The format is routine and easy to follow and the conversations are real life, which makes the podcast more enjoyable
Excellent knowledge even fog non Geeks!
Although I am not in the IT world, this is good stuff even for non-geeks. Extremely good production quality as well. Highly recommended!