How can we increase safety in the tech community? Some folks asked me thoughtful questions, and I'm answering them here. I have not credited these individuals since I don't want them to get a thrashing online. It's a mix of questions from different people so if you see your question here: Thank You. What I'd… Continue reading Increasing Safety in the Tech Community
IT Web Business Intelligence Summit is on 9th to 11th – I’m giving away a free ticket for one lucky person to join in the general conference on 9th and 10th March. Join me to learn about creating a data, analytics and AI driven culture.
People do not always learn from the 'growth mindset'. It can become an excuse which prevents growth rather than promoting it so we need a discovery mindset instead.
The thing with hitting rock bottom is that it gives you a strong foundation to build on. It strips away the inessential, the distractions, and the toxic people and situations that are not helping you to be directed towards your goals. It also gives you more empathy, and it forces you to have faith in your own resourcefulness and abilities. 2020 helped us to do that, with 2020 vision. For those who survived, let's lift up others as we go along.
Leadership involves gratitude and humility, but what does this mean for results? My teams have helped me to learn to lead with gratitude and it's a lesson I will not forget.
There have been insinuations over PASS finances. To avoid accusations, I have published my PASS expenses here.
Trust, like respect, is earned, not given. Great leaders know how to establish trust with people around them, and just how valuable it is. So what happens when a leader breaks an NDA?
New and novice speakers - need help with your PASS Summit community event recordings? Get in touch and I can help.
Harassment does happen at events, unfortunately, both virtual and in person. How can the community do better?
Here are some automation and productivity hacks for small to medium businesses. Free and paid options!
I have successfully delivered a number of Power Platform Projects for nearly a year now. Even though I am no longer a Microsoft MVP, I still work hands-on with Microsoft products as well as providing more strategic thought leadership to business leaders. The current blog forms a summary of what's good, and what's not so good, about working with Power Platform projects.
I have been closing down my Office365 E5 plan and moved to Google GSuite for my business. I am sorry that this sounds so whingy but ugh, closing Office365, deleting the Office365 tenant and moving elsewhere has been so frustrating. Here are some thoughts so far: The Google support has been amazing. In contrast, my… Continue reading Switching from Office365 to GSuite – a personal experience