(2019 - 7 of 10) Building Impact Through Essentialism

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September 27, 2019

(2019 - 7 of 10) Building Impact Through Essentialism

Calibrate 2019 (7 of 10) - https://www.calibratesf.com/

“Building Impact Through Essentialism“ - Erica Stanley, Engineering Manager, Salesloft


New and experienced engineering leaders can struggle with understanding how to drive impact on our teams. Whether we’re individual contributors or managers, the more we grow, the more responsibilities we collect. Inevitably, we find ourselves with more responsibilities than time or resources. We might fall into the trap of trying to get it all done—with our teams, personal productivity, and even our health possibly suffering in the process. Perhaps the way to build impact isn’t doing all the things, but doing the right things. This is essentialism in a nutshell. We’ll discuss ways essentialism can help us become better leaders and ensure our teams are working with clarity and purpose.

About Erica:

Erica Stanley is an engineer, entrepreneur and diversity & inclusion advocate. She is an engineering manager for the integrations and analytics teams at SalesLoft – where she’s helping grow the product engineering team for the 4th fastest growing software company in North America. Erica is active in the Atlanta technology community. She founded the Atlanta network of Women Who Code, where she organizes conferences, hackathons, workshops and networking events for women technologists. She also helps develop and teach youth coding programs and mentors entrepreneurs for local incubators and accelerators.

About Calibrate:

Calibrate was a conference for new engineering leaders hosted by seasoned engineering leaders. Organized and hosted by Sharethrough, it was conducted yearly in September, from 2015-2019 in San Francisco, California.



September 27, 2019