Personal Development…with a twist!
R.E.M.O.T.E. – How you can take control of your personal development with the REMOTE Acronym
R – Realistic goals – Important when working remotely, really take the time to think about the goals you want to accomplish for yourself. Goal should be SMARTER (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound, Evaluate, Re-assess) to make sure you’re at the right spot.
E – Exercise your Brain – How can we exercise our brains to meet our goals that we set? Read new books because they introduce new ideas, new ways of thinking, different perspectives. Search the internet, think about the goals you set for yourself, and the people that can help you achieve it, for example, you can find people you’re interested in and see what they are doing, what they are posting, etc.
M – Mentorship – It’s not always what you think, it doesn’t always have to be in person and it can be many people. Look to people who can offer you guidance, advice, insight you many not have thought of before. Reach out to people you trust and admire to get their perspectives, it can be formal or informal, whatever you want it to be
O – Openness – This is a weird time so just be open to how all strange this may feel even if it’s not natural to you. Acknowledge the different ways you can be open to achieving your goals.
T – Training – Virtual training can be really effective, for flexibility purposes. For example, some universities have free courses you can take online.
E – Empower – Empower yourself to get out of your comfort zone! Try something new and different. It’s not all going to feel natural, really utilize this time to make the most of the time you have to accomplish the goals you’ve always wanted to.
In this video, AXIA’s Justin Browder and Dan Piening will discuss tactics to take the idea of positive intent and make it actionable in your day to day interactions. These include:
What is the ideal state for your product?
This short video highlights the importance of focusing on that future state and why having a product roadmap is so important.
This short video provides some quick insights about how to run successful meetings and keep teams connected while working virtually.
This video will explore how you can pull your team together, gather feedback and create a discussion based on the assumption that a project failed.
The key focus questions will be:
1. What does it mean for the project to fail?
2. What caused the project to fail?
3. How can we prevent these failures?
The purpose of this style of discussion is figuring out how to prevent these failures from happening so that you can work to prevent such issues today.
Did you know that you can pull aspects of Agile into your Waterfall Project?
Watch this video to learn more as we dive into:
1. Embracing the idea of transparency
2. Embracing the of shortening feedback loops
3. Including a continuous improvement approach process into your project
By understanding these three aspects, you will then be able to use them correctly in your project.
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