I find writing to be really energizing. Some of what I’ve learned over the years might be helpful to others, too. Here are a few of the things I’ve written:
Resources I Recommend Regularly
When I give advice, I usually share different books, blog posts, and podcasts. This post has a bunch of the ones I find myself recommending regularly.
On Impostor Syndrome
Originally written on LinkedIn on my 6th year anniversary at my first industry job, this post covers imposter syndrome and some tips on how to navigate it.
Need help motivating your team? Try the Motivation Matrix.
How do you start talking to your direct reports about what motivates them? Try the Motivation Matrix to frame the converation.
On Managing Conflict at Work
Tools I’ve used to manage conflict in my role in Tech, drawing on my background as a social scientist, technical delivery manager, self-help book aficionado, improv performer, and meditation practitioner.
Want to Code as an Engineering Manager? Time to find a Unicorn.
Coding as an engineering manager is hard. Here’s how to make it a little easier on yourself.
Time-Tested: 7 Ways to Improve Velocity When A/B Testing a New UX
A/B testing holistic redesigns can be tough. Learn how my team employed high-velocity, multivariate UI tests to get it right.
Qualitative + Quantitative: How Qualitative Methods Support Better Data Science
An introduction to qualitative methods and how they can help all data scientists build better models.
Transitioning from Academia to Industry
Thinking about leaving academia and going into Data Science? Read perspectives from industry data scientists.
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