Technical leads and managers work hard to hire the best people, choose the best tools, implement the best process, and deliver great software. Unfortunately, our actions too often sabotage our best efforts, producing frustrated teams, poor software quality and driving away our best developers.
It happens to a lot of us but, fortunately, we have some strategies to teach you that can greatly reduce the amount of damage caused by these mistakes.
In today's webinar I've teamed up with Marcus Blankenship, a recurring guest of this channel.
We wll discuss all the ideas behind the habits that ruin a technical team and how you can avoid them, based on his new book, with the same name.
"This book is a mirror for you to reflect on your leadership efforts. It is not for the feint of heart, but for those who are willing to bravely ask, "Do I have this habit?"
Based on my 20 years of managing software teams, and coaching other technical leaders, this book points out 7 ways you could be unwittingly hurting your programmers, eroding trust and undercutting motivation and productivity." (Amazon.com)
Wanna know more? Watch this video and find out!
7 Habits That Ruin Your Technical Team: https://simpleprogrammer.com/7habitsruin Asking Your Employer For Feedback: Should You Do It?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2ddvt1xVN8