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How to Grow People and Yourself to Manage Different Leadership Scales & Challenges

Posted Apr 22, 2022 | Views 284
# Spring Summit - 2022
# Career
# Communication
# Collaboration
# Culture
# Leadership
# Management
# Team Building
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SPEAKERS
April Chang
April Chang
April Chang
Founder @ 10x10
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Charley Ho
Charley Ho
Charley Ho
Co-Founder and CTO @ Remotion

Charley Ho is the Co-Founder and CTO of Remotion, a virtual office that puts your hybrid-remote team right on your desktop. Before Remotion, Charley was an early engineer at Bebop, a startup that was acquired by Google. Charley has a BS & MS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.

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Charley Ho is the Co-Founder and CTO of Remotion, a virtual office that puts your hybrid-remote team right on your desktop. Before Remotion, Charley was an early engineer at Bebop, a startup that was acquired by Google. Charley has a BS & MS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.

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SUMMARY

Your product is great, gaining traction and your team is growing fast - great news! But success like this opens up a new class of challenges and requires an expanded set of leadership/management skills that both you and your team must develop. This fireside chat with April Chang and Charley Ho will explore early-stage growth challenges like how to grow people into new roles, set first-time managers up for success, transition into a manager-of-managers, teach your team to recruit, and introduce layers without slowing down decision-making!

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