Do you want to skyrocket your career? Make your team, company, and customers awesome? Become a pragmatic architect, engineering leader, CTO?
Then this 2-day training is for you.
Together, we’ll work on building effective leadership, communication and problem solving skills. Skills that will make you the key asset in your company.
- The course is designed particularly for developers
- The course includes battle-proven lifehacks that work in all tech organizations
- The course has exceptional, 97% satisfaction rate
Not in this course
- Boring theories
- Let's be Agile! mantras
- Obvious, easy-to-Google ideas
You'll master powerful techniques that every successful team lead, software architect or engineering manager should know:
- How to quickly become the best in the company and make your team awesome
- How to turn every conversation into your (and your company's) benefit
- How to deliver happiness to your customers
- How to build amazing relationship with your teammates and management
- How to help your company earn more $$$
- How to communicate like a pro
- How to say “no” without being killed
- How to make your workplace healthy, fun and dynamic
- How to learn things that matter and stop wasting time on things that don't
- How to build remarkable engineering career
- … and much more!
The course is a mix of practice (60%), important theory (30%) and discussion (10%). It’s also full of fun and stories from the production environment.
After the course, you will receive a set of books, blogs, videos for independent self-development.
Ready to hack you career and become the most valuable asset in the company? Join today!
The course is for open-minded, technical people who want to achieve career success. Your past experience doesn’t matter. What matters is your eagerness to learn new stuff.
Demographics45% software developers
25% team leaders, architects
20% test engineers
10% product managers
You earn a Certificate of Accomplishment after completing an exam. Use it to boost your CV and LinkedIn profile.
The course is taught in English. Non-native speakers are welcome!