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Top 12 questions you get as a hiring manager

It’s important to give the chance for your candidates to ask questions, too, don’t fall in the trap of doing one-sided interviews. I’ve gathered the top 12 questions I’ve been asked as a hiring manager.

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Thoughts on giving feedback

A good, blameless feedback culture is essential for working together efficiently as it forms healthy relationships, fuels personal and professional growth and aligns us with common norms. Feedback is one of the cornerstones of company culture.

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Learning at work is absolutely work

Everyone agrees that constant learning and having a growth mindset are fundamental to success in software engineering. Yet once you’re done with onboarding at your new job as a software engineer the rat race seems to begin, leaving no dedicated time for learning.

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Questions vs. directions

Asking questions is a basic coaching technique but doing it properly is a matter of practice, finding a good balance and avoiding some common pitfalls. As with most of the things in life.

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The basics of one on one sessions

Conducting good one on one sessions is one of the most frustrating skills new engineering leads need to learn.

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Excuse no. 13 – this is how I am

The limiting belief above all is that we think we cannot change. This is not true. Stop making excuses for yourself and grow.

The proverbial hero engineer

Kill your heroes

Having hero engineers in your team is often a red flag – read on to learn why.

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Engineering managers, stop coding!

New engineering managers need to get out of their comfort zone of being successful engineers and invest in their growth in management.

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Staying motivated while growing

Growth can be really hard at times and it’s not easy to stay motivated. Learn how to set a sustainable growth path.

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