Location: etc.venues , 360 Madison Avenue
When: 9:30AM-5:30PM, April 6
Interpersonal relationships and healthy team dynamics are at the centre of the success of every engineering team. But what happens when something goes wrong? Difficult conversations need to happen, but if there isn’t a foundation of trust or if the conversation’s mishandled, then they can sometimes turn sour. It’s these situations that need Radical Candor, the ability to care personally and at the same time challenge someone directly.
Throughout the day, you’ll learn:
During the day, you’ll participate in interactive exercises that will allow you to convert the day’s learnings into practical actions. You’ll leave the day with new knowledge, resources, the ability to immediately implement the newfound skills that you’ve acquired.
Farrah Mitra is a strategy consultant-turned executive coach, facilitator, and people and culture consultant. She champions and invests in those she works with and empowers them to both shift their mindset as well as leverage the practical frameworks and infrastructure they need to drive their success. Farrah has experience working with traditional firms, having worked at Bain & Company for more than a decade.
She also enjoys working with startups, having built the people functions at two hyper-growth tech companies. Farrah has significant experience in understanding the pain points when it comes to leadership and the employee experience, especially in ambiguous, fast-paced environments. Farrah loves to work at all levels in an organization whether it be with executives, new leaders or those early in their careers."
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