Truthfully Remote: Create the Remote Work Experience Your Team Deserves

Remote work has been a buzzword for years now, but since the pandemic, it has become the norm. Leading remote teams has become an essential skill for managers and leaders worldwide. I have been leading my teams remotely for the last 7 years, and I have learned a lot along the way. In fact, for the last 15 years, I have been a remote employee myself, so I have seen my fair share of remote working patterns and antipatterns.

In this blog post, I will cover some of the challenges of leading remote teams, the strategies that have worked for me, and the lessons I have learned along the way. So, whether you are a seasoned remote leader or a newly appointed manager, I hope this post will help you lead your remote team more effectively.

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From Code to Customers: Navigating the Career Transition to Product Management

Several of my mentees have asked me how they can switch their careers to Product Management. Having done it myself (before switching back to engineering) and having sponsored such transitions in my organizations, I have a few insights which I shared on this LinkedIn article:

Powerline for Windows Terminal: Adding final touches

There’s already a complete guide on getting the Poweline setup on Windows Terminal. However, for complete personalization, there are a few more steps you can take. This includes installing Powershell Core, changing the terminal color scheme and perhaps tweak the Poweline theme itself. Here’s my guide to the last stretch of personalization.

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