While writing over the last month or so about Teams and how we can begin to see them, I’ve received a lot of positive feedback and a few really interesting questions, all of which we will pick up in future posts on the Team Elements blog or here on LinkedIn. One question caught me by surprise, though: “When can I hear you give a talk on this topic?”
Simple answer: “As soon as you invite me to come give a talk!” As you might imagine, I have a lot to say on the topic.
But if you’re looking for something more readily accessible, I recently recorded a podcast with my friend Pete Mockaitis. Pete records two episodes a week about “How to Be Awesome at Your Job,” bringing in a wide range of phenomenal speakers, authors, and people who simply and awesomely “get stuff done.” His podcasts provide great advice and phenomenal life hacks along the way.
So, for those of you less inclined to read, or if you would prefer to get a dose of Team wisdom while crawling through traffic or cooking dinner, you can find our podcast recording both here and on iTunes.
Pete wins a Team Elements t-shirt for getting me to talk in a single sitting about both Cold War cryptology and the 1992 movie Glengarry Glen Ross, one of the best movies ever about life inside Teams. The man is clearly a great conversationalist.