Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your weekly roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This week we’ve got imposter syndrome, the tao of trauma, political prisoners, and more.
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The San Francisco Engineering Leaders Community Summit 2019 will have Ron Lichty on the speaker roster this coming January 24. Attendees can expect to hear about leadership, engineering, careers, and agile. You can also catch Ron’s webinar, Organizing and Scaling Agile Teams on January 16.
Nicaila Matthews-Okome is now on Skillshare with a course about how to start your own podcast. Nicaila’s own podcast, Side Hustle Pro, was also featured as one of the top business podcasts of 2018 by Podcasts In Color.
The second episode of Nicole Holland‘s relaunched and renamed podcast, The Nicole Holland Show, features Jordan Harbinger as a guest host interviewing Nicole about stepping out, being seen, and overcoming Imposter Syndrome.
Shackled, a book by Adam Siddiq about his grandfather’s political imprisonment, won two awards recently: second prize in the biography category of the 2018 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards and grand prize for the 2018 Reader’s Choice Awards from TCK Publishing, which was founded by another Hack the Process guest, Tom Corson-Knowles.
The Implications Wheel Facilitator Training Workshop lets you explore the long-term consequences of ideas, the power of paradigms, and innovation. The event runs from February 25 to March 1 in Fountain Hills, Arizona led by Joel Barker, a resource mentioned by Kimberly Wiefling.
Spend a few days of contemplation and reconnection with Jack Kornfield in Massachusetts from January 13 to 18 at The Wise and Loving Heart: Meditation for Freedom, Courage, and Compassion. Jack is a Buddhist author who shaped Loic Le Meur’s meditation practice.
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