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Seniority's not merely about technical proficiency.
Sometimes, you have to draw a line. Other times, you should move on. Which is which?
Sometimes, merely preparing for the worst is actually setting your team up for it.
Are you practicing coaching at the right levels of your organization?
Are you too going into executive lockdown? Stop it!
Are you content with your once a quarter hackathon that you post on social media? You shouldn't be.
You may have promised something, but did you promise to follow-through?
Are you too gravitating towards a Goldilocks kind of thinking?
What will you achieve?
Why would your engineers care about the business impact if it's never relayed to them?
With great responsibility should come great power. Use it.
I often am asked about what defines the best tech executives I work with.
Are you engineers just spending their time in another Zoom, or are they providing impact?
Motivation is the basis for successful force-multipliers.
Managers and executives, what's the difference really?
Each generation stands on the shoulders of the generation that came before it.
A robust culture is one of the tenets for creating a world-class engineering team.
Comfort zones. They're comfy—but you shouldn't allow yourself or your team to get too comfy.
This week we’re talking about setting a direction for yourself and your team, along with a short self-assessment from my coaching toolkit.
You can't create the perfect company, but you cannot give simply give up as well.
“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” ― Douglas Adams.
How well done should your opinions be?
Stop being reactive and take control of your day.
Where do you get your tech advice from?
How should you go about that first time you're hiring for a new kind of position that you have no idea about?
Gaining strategic alignment throughout your team will allow you to leap forward.
How to get the heroes you deserve?
We've all been talking too much about remote work. Yet, it seems not enough of us grok the fact that remote works!
Don't fight windmills when you have a big change to push for.
When your team is suffering from an engineering vacuum, they will eventually do their best to compensate for it. How can you make sure they do the right thing?