89% of software engineers say they don’t have the communication and interpersonal skills needed to advocate for their ideas which impacts collaboration, innovation, and upward mobility.
According to a recent survey by Lingo Live, 89% of software engineers say they don’t have the communication and interpersonal skills needed to advocate for their ideas which impacts collaboration, innovation, and upward mobility.
Join Lingo Live and learn from two Learning & Development leaders how:
Date: Tuesday, August 28th
Time: 10am PT / 1pm ET
Our panel will also share how they set best practices to assess and teach critical soft skills. There will also be time for you to ask questions at the end of the webinar.
Register here: http://bit.ly/2OFG4Rq
Engineering, L&D, HR leaders and anyone who is interested in developing engineering team members to align with your strategy, work effectively with colleagues, fuel innovation and bring their authentic voice to work.
Host: Amjed Osman
Customer Success Manager @ Lingo Live
Experienced Customer Success Manager and former Financial Services Consultant Passionate about utilizing creativity and standing behind mission driven organizations. Areas of passion include improving the way people communicate, access to education, as well as entrepreneurship and economic development.
VP, People & Talent @ Ellation
Proven people leader who has managed the HR function for several well known Silicon Valley startups from inception through acquisition. Passionate about building high performing People and Talent functions that drive business results. Desiree love’s pushing conventional boundaries and using innovative solutions to drive performance and culture.
Dr. Eli Bendet-Taicher
Global Head of Learning & Development @ Outbrain
With more than 15 years in both technical and educational leading positions in the high-tech industry, academic institutions, and governmental agencies, the award-winning Dr. Eli Bendet-Taicher brings his unique background to elevate learning & development to the top of today’s organizational priorities.
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