Leading engineering teams for new managers (crash course)
Inspire, motivate, and grow your team. Become an effective engineering manager and leader.
There is strong demand for capable software engineering leaders everywhere from small start up companies to large scale well-established firms. And most of them not only want managers to meet and deliver outcomes, they want a leader who has the right set of skills to create a healthy team environment that enables growth and longevity.
Many assume leadership skills are innate. This is not true. Leadership consists of established best practices that can be learned by all.
This workshop will prepare you to lead with empathy and confidence, with the application of everyday leadership. You will learn a set of tools to put your new knowledge into practice immediately.
This workshop is most suited to new, current, and prospective engineering managers and team leads. If you have been managing for less than a couple of years, have a yearning to continuously improve, want to lead your team to the next level of effectiveness, contribute, and learn from like-minded people, this workshop is for you!
As a Software Engineer stepping into the world of technical leadership for the first time, I found Lachlan and Elle's workshop to be extremely valuable. Connecting with others in the industry gave me the opportunity to learn from real world examples, and there was a healthy balance of theoretical and technical content.
I'd recommend this workshop if you want to grow your team sustainably, and set them up for long term success.Chris Nankervis
The workshop will have less than ten people so we can really explore the material. Through a series of presentations, group discussions, and scenario-based sessions, you will work with others, share experiences, and learn together.
Like all our events, this workshop is covered by our code of conduct and joining us assumes your agreement to be bound by the code.
Getting to know you
Before the workshop, we will schedule 30 minutes to learn more about you, your organisation, and your team.
- Growing your leadership style
- Growing team culture
- Define what success in the role looks like for you
- Asynchronous work and remote teams
- Giving feedback
Practice difficult conversations and confrontations
Learn a framework for collaboratively solving problems
- Mentoring, coaching and sponsoring: how to help people become high performers
- Effective 1-on-1s to maximise people’s feeling of certainty, progress, inclusion, growth, and engagement.
- Productivity, prioritisation, progress and how to move things forward
- Balancing speed, quality and technical debt
We will schedule a group check-in with you 4–6 weeks later to see how you have been, and answer any questions or concerns you may have after practising these new skills for a little while.
- 9.30–11.30am, September 27-30 GMT+10
- 9.30–11.30am, November 15-18 GMT+10
- A 30-minute individual chat
- A two-hour session each day for four days
- A follow up Q&A group chat
Early Bird: $1,200 AUD plus GST
Regular: $1,600 AUD plus GST
Elle and Lachlan have a knack for creating a safe learning environment and helping participants of all levels get involved. I left their workshop inspired, with a few new tools under my belt and the confidence to put them in practice.
They know the web community inside-out so speakers they bring in are top notch. Would highly recommend them to any development team looking to level up.Steve Gilles , Founder at Lookahead