Community of Practice for Engineering Leaders

Focusing on real everyday problems

Engineering leaders are faced with challenges every day. Problems vary depending on organisational structure, systems, processes, leadership styles, and culture. Unique and unexpected issues can occur or roadblocks may creep up that you do not have answers for. Team members may not get along or productivity levels have declined from the previous year. Navigating through these problems can become overwhelming when you don't have the right support. Even if you do, your manager may not fully understand the finer details or help you with the day to day challenges.

A community of practice (CoP) is a group of people who share a common interest and collectively want to learn more and deepen their knowledge in a particular area. Through open communication and sharing of knowledge, effective learning and continuous growth can occur.

We have created this program where a community of engineering leaders can come together to share their challenges, experiences, and help each other to succeed.

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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

Why you should join our Community of Practice

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.

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

Logistics

When:
Starting Tuesday, February 28th, 2023
Format:
  • Five consecutive weeks
  • 1.5 hour online session per week
  • 8 participants (maximum)
Cost:

Early Bird: $1,200 AUD plus GST

Regular: $1,600 AUD plus GST

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Would you like to improve team effectiveness and productivity? Got a project you think we can help with? Interested in leadership coaching or engineering training? Basically, want to work with us? Get in touch: gday@blackmill.co and we will be in touch in a jiffy.

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