Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
As a mentor at work, I like to checkpoint results. While I can do area-specific coaching, I tend to take a more holistic approach. For me, it's more rewarding to find ways to unleash somebody's full potential and improve their overall effectiveness at Microsoft. Aside from checking against specific goals, I use the following frame to gauge progress.
I've found this frame very effective for quickly finding areas that need work or to find sticking points. It's also very revealing in terms of how much dramatic change there can be. While situations or circumstances may not change much, I find that changes in strategies and approaches can have a profound impact. My take on this is that while you can't always control what's on your plate, you can control how you eat it.
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