Lessons from Seasoned Managers to New Managers

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Taking the first step into management is usually both exciting and terrifying. After all, it’s a completely new working paradigm, and most new managers feel only partially equipped as they transition into the role. Instead of learning by trial and error, new managers can also apply lessons from seasoned managers to the situation. Remember, every… Read more »


How to Inspire Others When You’re in a Rut

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As a leader in your organization, you are commonly tasked with keeping your team motivated to be at their best. However, if you find yourself in a rut and are struggling to keep yourself inspired, the idea of keeping your team’s energy levels up may seem daunting. Being in a rut is a challenge in… Read more »


Will Staying in a Job You Hate Make You Stronger?

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At some point in nearly every career, a person finds themselves in a job they dislike or even loathe. While being in a position you hate may seem torturous, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have value, as long as you view it in the right light. In fact, staying in a job you hate can… Read more »


How to Tackle an Overwhelming Project

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As an engineering manager, you will likely be given a monumental task during the course of your employment. And, in some cases, it may even feel as though that is happening every day. Facing a project that looks like it will a significant investment of time and energy can quickly become overwhelming, even if you… Read more »