My notes on a recent workshop I attended, called "Reprogramming Yourself": https://anaulin.org/blog/workshop-notes-reprogramming-yourself/
@anaulin I feel scepticism towards this approach - the expectation that leaders need to be what people imagine they are (confident, wise, and knowledgable) - and when people fall short from that feeling to build themselves up with positive affirmations ("I deserve my success"") amongst other leaders.
Could we not have supportive/co-operative workplaces that don't demand so much from the leaders? Seems possibly a problem of giving too much status to them in the first place.
@anaulin oh, and also thanks for the writeup in the first place!
... I did enjoy reading Gerald Weinberg - On Becoming A Technical Leader https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/714344.Becoming_a_Technical_Leader
I put a couple of notes/quotes from it on https://github.com/nicksellen/ponderings/blob/master/books.md#becoming-a-technical-leader
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