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to be most useful for the concept of your book and the future readers it would be good to understand;
What is the difference you expect a story to make?
For whom do you write the book?
What would be most important for future readers?
What do you want to learn?
A short answer would help me to decide whether I can contribute something valuable for others...
Have a very nice start of the week
Thanks to Ramu Iyer, I thought that I could post that here:
I am looking for SF Leadership success stories (stories of SF applications in a Leadership position, either as line manager or in projects, What did you do, how did you do it, what were the effects, also what were the difficulties you experienced as Leader, how did you deal with that) that can/will be published in a book about SFL. The book will appear in German first and will then be translated in English. Therefore, you can either send me your story in German or in English. If it is in English, I will translate it.
I know that this is at short notice: If you would like to contribute, I need your article by July 12. The article should be no longer than 7000-8000 characters with spaces and it should not have been published before.
If you want to join, please get in contact with me through email firstname.lastname@example.org or just send me your story.
Enjoy your Sunday!
Hi everybody, I am following currently an SF course with Mark Mckergow and just aksed where I could find ideas about SF leadership. It's nice to see that I found a first answer discovering this group just 15 minutes after I asked him this question on the virtual platform of the training !
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