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Here are the resources to imagine a bright future and our ability to learn together. Selected by Rotana Ty for the week 4-10 November 2019.

“We are surfers exploring the present, riding waves generated in the past and curious what will arise in the future. (Fixed it for you.)” — @AnthonyLawlor

On Learning from Reflection & Experience

“Monday: Identify one way to make learning more intentional

Month: Make a weekly habit of that one thing by doing a review of experiences (Say, on Sunday night)

Metric: Are you making regular time to reflect & digest what you’ve already “learned”?” — @nilofer


“Here’s a useful method to make learning more intentional. I often take notes in various forms including draft blog posts. I have a specific day for going through those drafts to identify which one I am going to reflect and act on more intentionally to produce an actual post.” — @write2tg


One of the reader of my blog and newsletter, Mike Taylor (@tmiket) asks those questions to use to reflect on your experience and work:

“What are you working on at the moment?

What’s the one thing you’re struggling with right now?”

Here is another useful question from @jenfrahm’s tweet.


On Leadership & High Performance Teams

What does your team looks like? @PaulJocelyn shares some features you can consider:

“Features in high performance teams…

Clear expectations

Supportive environments

Clarity of purpose





“Throwing a mix of people together doesn’t guarantee high performance; it requires inclusive leadership — leadership that assures that all team members feel they are treated respectfully and fairly, are valued and sense that they belong.” — Juliet Bourke &Andrea Espedido on HBR

What if your high performance team consider to scope and be agreed on a team contract through doing this canevas? Strategyzer shows how your team can do so.



“true in the past. true in the present. and. i envision true in the future. this gap has always existed (leadership tends to be a ‘preserving’ function rather than creation function). that’s why innovative companies thrive. they are anamolies. https://twitter.com/AlexOsterwalder/status/1188002022123081728 ” — @BruceMctague

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