I work, and write, at the intersection of leadership, law, and software.
There is quite a bit to be said at those crossroads, so I hope you’ll subscribe to my daily (almost) email. It’s a bargain at $7/month (or $70/annually).
August 11, 2019 – Are you micromanaging? How do you know?
April 15, 2019 – It’s Monday, Tech Leads. Ugh. Focus on what you can control, not what you can’t
April 15, 2019 – Trying a new thing: being consistent!
February 20, 2019 – Bring your whole self into a meeting and have a bigger impact (w/ podcast)!
February 18, 2019 – Tech leadership as a not role but many moments, strung together.
More About Me
I’ve been involved in over 100 projects with (mostly) Fortune 500 and governments clients over my long career, primarily as a consultant.
I’ve been fortunate to have had a huge number of experiences, some awesome and some not so awesome, over the past 20 years. And I hope to share them with you on the list.
How To Be A Tech Lead
I recently published a book: How To Be A Tech Lead!
Leading Tech Leads
Leading from the front to organize the Tech Lead Coaching Network, an open source, community and volunteer-based network.
The Network is the hub for a community of tech leads and provides a simple, practical, and effective framework to coach tech leads to be more effective and impactful.
We could solve a lot of the problems we have in our tech organizations, from delivery to culture, if we had more effective first line leadership. Maybe I can help you or your organization with this too.
Since I am a licensed attorney in California, even though it’s a small part of the work I do, I need to qualify this website with the note that it could, possibly, be considered attorney advertising under California ethics rules. But I don’t think it will feel much like an advertisement to you.