165: Trying to Be Everything to Everybody and More Community Questions
Published November 3, 2014
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    Bonni and I tackle your questions and suggest thoughts and resources to improve your own professional development. It's the first Monday of the month and our Q&A show is back!

    Bonni Stachowiak, Ed.D.
    Teaching in Higher Ed

    Patricia says she's struggling with working with and working for micromanagers

    Bonni mentioned Drive by Daniel Pink*

    Wally asks, “Have you addressed the topic of leaders who believe their executive team can be productive by competing with each other rather than working as a team?”

    Bonni mentioned Susan Gerke's recent appearances on the show:

    138: The Four Unique Types of Teams
    139: How To Maximize Team Performance

    Dave mentioned the Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni

    Mike says he’s struggling finding enough time in the day to be everything to everyone. He says he also knows that’s impossible.

    “I do for the few what I wish I could do for everyone.” -Andy Stanley
    Dave mentioned OmniFocus, his task management system of choice.
    Bonni mentioned Michael Hyatt's ideal week strategy, which Bonni and Dave both use

    What about networking?

    Dave suggests setting up a basic LinkedIn profile as a starting point
    Dave mentioned past show 101: How to Get the Most from LinkedIn with Donna Schilder


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