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Let’s stop learned helplessness in software engineering

We teach managers how to treat us by what we tolerate.

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Cultural competency on a multinational team

If you’re working on or managing a multinational team, there's a good chance you have communication issues. Does that mean you and your team members can’t stand to be in the same room with each other? No. Does it mean that each member of your team is interpreting your words and emails differently? Probably.

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Managing a global software development team

Devote time to acquaint the remote team with your company, its mission, and values. Outline the goals you wish to achieve and the philosophy behind the project.

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Healthy habits for remote workers #3: take care of your eyes

Being a remote worker often means that you and your team members need to be mindful of communication styles, schedules, and offline time. However, your physical health as a remote worker is just as important as your mental and emotional wellbeing.

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Lingo Live unveils its first Interactive Classroom!

New learning environment improves Lingo Live experience by providing learners and coaches with an easier way to virtually connect and share lesson materials.

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A Wake-Up Call For Tech Managers

A follow up to 'Why your programmers just want to code': "I received thousands of responses from programmers who wish their managers paid attention, who wish their culture welcomed, discussed and debated ideas."

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Incorporating ‘soft people skills’ in the workplace

Soft skills are crucial to not getting fired.

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If you are struggling at work, focus on improving your ‘soft skills’

Not only are skills like problem solving, teamwork and creativity connected to your own happiness and well-being, but they also directly impact your performance at work.

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