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SimpleLeadership Podcast

SimpleLeadership specifically focuses on improving the craft of software engineering leadership. As a VP of Engineering & CTO I am acutely aware of the lack of good resources available for new and existing software engineering managers. SimpleLeadership is designed for both new and experienced software & technology managers who want to build high-performing teams, better motivate & mentor their employees, reduce attrition and advance their career. It is for people who want to go beyond just being a manager and become a true leader. In this interview based show I ask each guest to share their journey from individual contributor to software engineering manager and provide any guidance on the transition. The SimpleLeadership Podcast will present real and actionable stories from people who have navigated their way from being an individual contributor into a software engineering manager. We will also hear from experts on specifics of team dynamics, motivation, feedback, leadership and many more aspects of being a successful engineering manager.
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Aug 21, 2017

Today’s special episode is a live fireside chat I moderated with Nick Caldwell who is the VP of Engineering at Reddit.  This event was put together by the founder of the San Francisco Engineering Leadership Community, Jerry Li.  SFELC is an exclusive and curated community for engineering leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Founded in early 2016, they’ve grown to 400 leaders from over 200 companies.   Their mission is to create a fundamentally better way for engineering leaders to learn and connect, through community and sharing.  This episode is a bit longer than my usual episodes and also includes a Q&A with the audience at the end.  I want to thank Nick and Jerry for a great event and for allowing me to use this on my podcast.  Listen on for a very engaging and informative conversation.

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