Welcome to Fluid Circle. We’re helping leaders and teams become more effective and happier since 2011. Here’s a list of resources that you might find helpful.
One Minute Tips for Remote Leaders
Biweekly tips and tricks, tools and methods, information and inspiration for leaders of remote teams.
🔥 From Burnout to Flow: Reduce Meeting Overload with Async
Have fewer meetings, better results and more time to spend doing what you love rather than suffering through and avalanche of meetings.
Turn up the Good using Perfection Game
We’re developing an app that will help you discover concrete ways to perfect whatever you’re working on as a creator or creative team, discover unforseen opportunities and avoid wasting time on duds.
Articles about leadership, teamwork and related topics
- Your Work Serves a Purpose: Make That Purpose Visible
- Make Your Communication Meaningful (For Your Intended Audience)
- Make Your Communication Concise
- Make Your Communication Concrete
- Communicate Well in Short Chunks of Writing
- Don’t rely on “wow” effects
- How to make Very Big Decisions?
- Use Trello as a structured whiteboard for distributed brainstorming and online workshops
- Heroic Adventurers vs. Brutish Invaders
- How to Start with WHY
- Assume Positive Intent
- Enable Knowledge to Grow Over Time with AsyncABC
- Aim for a 5:1 ratio of positive to negative interactions
- First Find the Good
- Use a consistent information architecture across tools
- Show, don’t tell
- Five things to consider if you want more psychological safety
- A new operating system for learning
- What does Google know about teams?
- Paweł Brodziński on Collective Intelligence
- A Note on Empathy and Compassion
- When making decisions as a team aim for soft consensus
- How to get good feedback
- How to speak so that others listen
- Thinking tools for Product Owners (my talk at Agile by Example 2014)
- 7 Pitfalls that can Destroy new Product Owners (my talk at Agile by Example 2014)
- How (not) to begin your journey as a Scrum Master?
- Asking the user
- The old WHAT vs. HOW debate