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Developer to Manager, Why Executives Don't Listen, Ask the Most Obvious Question. TPL Issue #123

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December 16 · Issue #123 · View online
Links, notes and opinions for leaders in the tech industry.

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Management/First Time Managers
Swaroop C H - Engineering Manager at Helpshift | Developer to Manager
Help Your Manager Help You by Owning the One to One Agenda – Letters to a New Developer
Two-Slice Software Teams – Patrick McDavid
Leadership
Why Executives Don't Listen Well - Germane Coaching & Consulting
Model, Document and Share.
Communication
The Most Obvious Question – Matt Holford – Medium
Advice for Better Conversation, From an MIT Management Professor — Quartz at Work
On Taking Feedback Well – Ketanbhatt
Quotes and Notes
“You can’t judge somebody if you’re being genuinely curious…” a comment in a recent conversation on communication. A couple of relevant quotes follow.
“Be curious, not judgmental”, Walt Whitman
“If you are curious, you’ll find the puzzles around you. If you are determined, you will solve them”, Erno Rubik



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