Is your personality a match for Engineering Leadership?
Can you believe that this week is the start of JUNE? It's wild.
It almost feels like the year is slipping away.
Imagine that you spent a lot of time and effort creating a product. And now that product is being loved by so many.
It still gives me goosebumps 😊.
After launching Developer to Leader, I have close to 100 people 💖 that signed up, and I couldn't be more excited. The feedback has been excellent, and folks are enjoying the course.
The folks who signed up are fantastic humans and genuinely want to grow together. I cannot wait to share more about how the community has evolved.
But, overall, thank you for bearing with me while I promoted Developer to Leader 🙌. This was my first official big launch, and I couldn't be more thankful to all of you for being patient with me.
I also took the month of May to travel to San Francisco, Copenhagen, Krakow, and Portland and speak at 3 different conferences. Talking to people IRL and connecting with others is one of the best things ever.
You can check out this Youtube Playlist with all my talks, including 1 recent one.
Anyway, I'm back, and now, let's move on to our weekly shenanigans.
Want to know what to avoid as an Engineering Leader?
There are several anti-patterns that we exhibit as leaders. Being a manager or a leader generally can take time to manage.
Depending on your personality type and experience, you can fall into 7 anti-patterns that will hurt your team. Therefore, it’s important to recognize those and course correct.
By recognizing these common managerial mistakes and working to avoid them, managers can foster a more effective, trusting, and thriving work environment.
See what the different anti-patterns are and what you should avoid👇
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