How can you build trust as a leader? In this episode of Programming Leadership, Marcus and his guest, Michael Lopp discuss the small practices that make a good leader. Listen to learn about building trust, respect, and relationships in a leadership role.
Leadership practices are small things done repetitively over time. @2:29
Leadership is a skill. @3:32
Empathy is a powerful skillset. @5:17
The practice of one on ones is important in connecting to a team. @6:44
Asking for feedback can build trust and relationships. @9:04
Respond to feedback with a thank you and follow up comprehension questions. @11:35
Feedback is a gift. @18:04
It's not personal, it's professional. @21:37
Leadership is an outfit that you choose to wear for others to see. @25:41
Managers tell you where you are, leaders tell you where you're going. @31:55
"There is no substitute for enthusiasm."- Ken Beck @34:20
Your peers become your allies. @36:51
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