NEW COURSE DATES
JANUARY 31 – MARCH 30, 2022
The content is designed to cover the basic, fundamental building blocks of engineering leadership, but folks at all levels can get something out of attending with their teams.
Check out the three main personas we think should attend and why you would find it beneficial.
No problem! The next course starting on January 31 features a fantastic new lineup of hosts and speakers so you can continue your group learning journey and move forward as a team in 2022.
A cross-functional team of managers at the same level seeking alignment across the organisation
A functional team made up of mixed roles and seniorities who all work together day-to-day
A senior manager bringing along their more junior team to level them up and learn alongside them
Of teams included a senior leader. They valued structured time to shape and develop their teams.
Of teams included an aspiring manager. This is a great way to invest in future talent
Average number of attendees from a single company
Largest attendance from a single company
As an engineering manager, you need a different skillset to that of an engineer. And while you gain influence in your organization, you lose the regular feedback loop of writing and deploying code. This is coupled with the new responsibility of line management.
You are not alone in navigating the uncertainty – engineering managers in your own organization are figuring it out too. Bring them to the series to discuss common challenges and overcome them together.
Upskilling managers is tough and finding (and sticking to) time dedicated for learning can be tougher. Bring your managers to the series and carve regular time in your team’s calendar for them to learn from the industry’s top leaders on core challenges of engineering leadership.
The course will give you the opportunity to share your own experiences with your team, and uncover unique perspectives from your colleagues on how to move your organization forward.
Leadership isn't just about managing people, it's also about how you communicate with your colleagues, influence decisions, and develop yourself.
If you're a software engineer trying to level-up your career and have more impact in your organization, this is the series for you. Invite your manager to join you and your colleagues to learn as a group and set the direction of your team.
Software Engineering & Architecture DirectoR • lego group
"I've been a technical manager for 8+ years and I wish I joined LeadDev when I was just starting out. LeadDev Together creates a virtual space where relevant and impactful content can both propel your growth as a technical leader and help you build stronger relationships with your fellow engineering managers."
Data Engineering Manager • Zapier