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As engineering managers grow and become more senior, they are expected to move effortlessly between different roles. Developing broader skills and knowledge is essential for becoming an effective engineering leader. But how does focussing on your own personal development work in practice? 
Join this panel discussion as we ask five leaders what comes to mind when we think about self-improvement. They’ll share their experiences building a learning culture while leading teams and discuss what’s worked to develop themselves, their teams, and more junior leaders. 

Key learnings

  • Develop tools and processes for continuous self-improvement
  • Listen to expert leaders discuss their own personal growth
  • Foster a culture of growth amongst junior engineers  
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