- The 5 types of crying (active listening):
a. Hunger (feeding the team, learning)
b. Tired (rest & breaks, fun team activities)
c. Wants attention/play (praise, sandbox, safe envs)
d. Is in pain (empathy, safety, support)
e. Crying for no reason at all (an ear for venting)
- Planning and strategies
- Teamwork & collaboration
- Context switching & chaos
- Teaching, motivation and celebration
- You time
- Continuous learning
- Servant leadership
- constrained autonomy
- first aid and wellbeing
- consensus decision making
- getting out of their way / unblocking
- handling risks
- sizing and estimating
Understanding whether your team/kids improve better through visual, audio, kinaesthetic information etc. Everyone learns and improves differently.
You keep seeing other people who just seem to effortlessly have it all together and you’re just a mess, but they’re probably thinking the same when looking at you.
Putting a lot of thankless work in now for massive payoff later.
Patience, understanding, empathy, reasoning, patience, determination, patience and patience
Take time to play.
Knowing when to stand back
And when to intervene
Innovation and change
In both respects behaviours will be copied / taken as read that is the norm - both good and bad . Unbelievably important as a leader and parent to understand that ones of actions ( no matter how subtle) can have massive ripple effects . Therefore both of the need above need a massive amount of self-awareness about how you are perceived …
In my case I feel proud when someone from the team accomplishes something we’ve been working on for some time. I want them to get better in every way possible. I’m not a parent but I think it relates
What can you add?