Wednesday 15th Feb2:30 PM
My name is Jeremy and I'm the VP of Engineering at CareMessage, increasing access to existing healthcare services for underrepresented groups through technology. Over the past 15 years, I've held numerous Product and Engineering leadership roles in both co-located and fully distributed companies, focusing on early to late-stage startups.
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Jeremy Wight shares how to get people passionate about taking ownership of the product.
Jeremy Wight lists the three main areas under engineering management and questions that reflect upon the responsibilities of those conditions.
Jeremy Wight shares the benefits of being humble about the knowledge you have and how you can develop and grow into a role with the help of your team.
Jeremy Wight describes some of the key competencies that engineers at the senior level are expected to display.
Jeremy Wight shares the traits that he looks for in a lead engineer.
Jeremy shares with us his onboarding process and how he sets clear expectations from day one.
Jeremy inherited a team that his VP presented him as totally underperforming. However, Jeremy prefers to investigate to understand where their lack of productivity comes from.
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