How to Manage Poor Employee Performance

One of my favorite things about what I do is having the opportunity to lead and manage others. I get to build teams, develop individuals, connect with people one-on-one, and coach them through key moments in their careers. But with the good comes the bad—and as a manager, it’s up to me to seek out… »

9 Things Great Engineering Managers Do

When you manage a software engineering team and someone tells you that good engineering managers don’t exist, it can be more than a little frustrating. In fact, the degree to which engineering management has been debated and deliberated is somewhat surprising. Apparently, there are those who believe our commitments to code can curb our capacities… »

Why does remote work fail?

The more we learn about remote work, the more enticing it becomes for management and employees alike. Studies show that remote workers are happier, healthier and more productive and cost companies far less than requiring attendance in the office. Despite long-standing myths of the opposite, adopting remote work can be the most effective and efficient way to… »

What Makes Great Managers Better than Average Ones?

Superior management often makes all the difference—better execution from teams, more productivity from individual employees and a rich culture that leads companies to thrive. Having the right talent at the top of your organization builds the best foundation for sustainable success. So that’s why it’s essential that executives identify the right qualities that make managers… »

Why employees love remote work

We live in a time of transition when it comes to remote work: people are doing it now more than ever, yet many are still hammering out how to make it work better. If you harbor some hesitations when it comes to allowing remote work, you’re not alone. There’s no doubt that managers can struggle… »