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How much involvement should a manager have on its team's continuous learning process?

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Hosted by Laurent Parenteau

Senior Director of Engineering at Therma


Circle Description

Hey there! My name is Laurent Parenteau and I am currently the CTO at Nurau, an early-stage startup in the mental health space. I've worked fully remotely for the past 12 years, for large and small companies, some that were non-remote-friendly. In this Circle, I'd like to discuss with you about the involvement should a manager have on its team's continuous learning process. Basically, try to answer those questions: - Should a manager be involved in its team members' continuous learning process, or should that be a personal initiative only? - If involved, how much? Active or passive involvement? - What kind of involvement can a manager do? What tools or techniques or strategies to use? Looking forward to meeting you!


This circle is full.


Benefits of joining this Circle:

  • Engage in interactive learning with a limited group of peers ( Full)
  • Bring your own challenges and the Laurent will be able to help in live
  • Lifetime access to all session material: slides, templates, recordings and additional resources

What people are saying about Laurent

Laurent is consistently very thoughtful in our conversations. He gives interesting, non-obvious suggestions, and adapts these suggestions to my specific circumstances and challenges. I always look forward to my sessions with him.

Tenzing Shaw - Software Engineer @ SafeGraph

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