Now, Engineering Management is no Longer a Lonely Job

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Notable Posts and Blogs

There are a lot of amazing articles out there. Here are some that caught my attention. This 90-Day Plan Turns Engineers into Remarkable Managers Google’s re:Work Manager Guide What Great Managers Do Average Manager vs. Great Manager Explained in 10 sketches Google’s Quest to Build…

Six Recommended Books on Influence and Persuasion

As a manager, it’s important to be aware of your own personal power and how to use it effectively. One way to do this is by understanding the concept of influence. Influence is the ability to affect others in the desired way. It can be exerted through various means such as authority, expertise, or persuasion. Selected books on influence and persuasion.

Software Tools

1on1tracker.com One on one tracking app for managers Lighthouse Lighthouse helps you motivate your team, and prevent turnover, by helping you focus on the most important thing: Your People Vibe Morale Meter for Teams 101 questions Automatically pick three things to ask in 1 on 1 meetings

Presentations

Netflix Culture: Freedom & Responsibility The Hubspot Culture Code Engineering your culture: How to keep your engineers happy

Misc

Amazon.com Leadership Principles Ultimate List of 1:1 Questions for Managers Welcome to Netflix & Roy

Inspirational Quotes

“There are no bad soldiers, only bad officers.” – Napoleon Bonaparte “We don’t rise to the level of our expectations, we fall to the level of our training.” ― Archilochos “Reading a book about management isn’t going to make you a good manager any more…

Videos

Everyday Leadership Start with why — how great leaders inspire action | Simon Sinek Tribal leadership Dan Pink: The Puzzle of Motivation Chris Voss: “Never Split the Difference” The happy secret to better work | Shawn Achor How to speak so that people want to…