Most demanded topics
” With first-time leaders, my goal is to set you up for success in 3-6 months instead of letting you sink or swim for 2 years.
I evaluate your personality, potential and help you discover your principles.
” Allow me to help you to change your mindset. Move away from being busy to think strategically , scale your teams while hitting delivery goals in parallel.
Given you now who you are, get better at how you work.
” You feel alone in your thoughts, squeezed between two stones. Executive management is asking you to hit the goals, while your teams are asking for help. You’re looking for an experienced person to validate and execute your ideas/improvements.
Execute your mission. Save quarters to years going left and right. I’ve experienced how a fine-tuned engineering ecosystem works. I know how it feels. I will guide you to reach that fragrance.
Marian helped me to stabilize and mature our engineering in Apify after a period of growth. In mentoring, we focused on many areas across product-engineering cooperation, career framework, team alignment, and agility. But mainly, he changed how I view my role and the role of the engineering department in the organization.
New engineering leaders educated personally
1h mentoring or coaching sessions
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In an engineering leader’s context, I consider mentoring more valuable because it allows me to guide and develop the skills and knowledge of the engineering managers over a longer period of time. This can lead to more sustainable and effective improvements in the team’s performance, and help the engineers on the team become more effective and well-rounded leaders themselves.
Mentoring vs coaching explained
What are the reasons that make me lean towards mentoring instead of coaching?
Mentoring is generally considered to be more suitable for developing long-term skills and knowledge, while coaching is more focused on short-term performance improvement. Because of this, mentoring is often considered to be a more comprehensive and holistic approach to development.
Coaching, on the other hand, is a process in which a coach helps an individual or team improve their performance or achieve specific goals. The coach may focus on specific skills or behaviors, and may use techniques such as goal-setting, feedback, and problem-solving to help the individual or team improve.