What is a LeaderBit?

A LeaderBit is a piece of short form leadership content that lasts 3-5 minutes. A LeaderBit comes in the form of Video and Text.

Examples of LeaderBits:

Engineering great questions
Asking the right questions makes all the difference in the world. This LeaderBit teaches you how to engineer great questions that will move you forward

Creating certainty in your team
When we feel Certain, we are confident and focused. The mission is clear and momentum is building. Wouldn’t it be fantastic if we could turn on a stream of certainty immediately on demand? That is exactly what this LeaderBit is about.

Re-quantifying output as you progress into leadership.
Growing through the different stages of leadership is a unique path each of us will walk. There are principles which apply to all of us. This LeaderBit we are teaching the topic of re-quantifying your output as you transition through the different stages of leadership.

More examples and where they were inspired from.

Let’s solve this problem together.

We are looking for companies with 20+ people on their tech teams who want to solve this problem with us. This isn’t about us having a “product” it’s about raising up great leaders in our companies. If this is a need, you as the market need to join us on this adventure.


People need higher level goals in life. They need to see their career progress. This makes it possible and bring benefits to everyone involved.

You’ll be able to:

  1. Contribute to solving a problem of raising up great technical leaders.
  2. Identify employees who are driven and consistently consuming high quality leadership content.
  3. See the actual experience they are gaining from it in their own words
  4. Craft a culture where employees continuously learn and practice positive leadership habits as a way to rise inside your organization.

Join us and let’s solve the problem of growing great leaders in our companies.

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