Did you get a chance to read what I created and curated last week?
The weekly rewind is a brief look at last week — the work I published, articles I curated, and insights in where I’m focusing some energy — all in one place. A few of the curated articles (on Friday) really stood out to me; definitely worth a read.
I always welcome the opportunity to connect over good conversation. Have a great week.
Quote of the week
“The chains of habit are generally too small to be felt until they are too strong to be easily broken.” -Samuel Johnson
Created: What I published this week
DtR 119 – NewsCast for November 17th, 2014 — the every-other week discussion of the top news in security; focused on what leaders and business-oriented practitioners need to know. This week we covered breaches, government action, payment cards… and more.
Curated: The articles I shared via social media
I try to find and share 3-5 articles a day across social media. My focus tends to be on communication, value, measurement, and leadership challenges of transformation and performance. My interest is looking for ways to grow and improve.
Here is the list of what I curated and shared last week.
How Old Brains Learn New Tricks – no excuses, we can all learn.
Why It Is Time to Kill the Webinar — don’t confuse the medium with the message
Powerful find (last minute edition): This Coach Improved Every Tiny Thing by 1 Percent and Here’s What Happened
Let me know which of these you liked best. I always welcome suggestions for articles and ideas to share!
What I’m working on – opportunities
In the Spotlight: Hosting an educational series for Damballa University to explore how to align the mindset of “assume breach” with the actions necessary to improve detection and response. The program uses a different format – some content to prepare, a conversation, and a reflection column. No charge to join, and as a series, plenty of time to catch up. https://www.damballa.com/in-the-spotlight/
Custom Workshop: Based on demand, I’m developing a highly flexible one-day onsite workshop. It’s a mix of hands-on exercises, instruction, and facilitated conversation. The experience infuses energy, a shift in perspective, and brings people together, focused on a result.
Catalyst 5×5™: a rapid method to capture, distill, and effectively communicate value. Connect with a strong signal, start a conversation with a clear message. More details soon.