Fitting In When you are new to a company, "fitting in" feels very important. It is important. Positive relationships at work allow you to build the trust that is necessary for any team to be successful. Plus, friendships just make work more enjoyable. I've never had trouble making friends at work until I came to New Relic.… Continue reading The Theory of Interpersonal Synchrony
I broke my leg and you can, too.
TW: Medical stuff, traumatic injury. What happened. My first day as a Technical Support Manager at my new company was Monday, November 12th, 2018. That first week of onboarding flew by in an exciting blur and on Friday afternoon, I sat getting to know my fellow TSMs over a beer. When it was my turn… Continue reading I broke my leg and you can, too.
Highlights from a webinar on personal branding
I attended a webinar hosted by Stefanie Grieser and Tech Ladies recently called, "How to Promote Yourself Authentically". BTW, if you are a woman in technology and you haven't heard of Tech Ladies, you are Missing. Out. I won't waste your time rehashing the entire hour-long session. Here are the highlights: Writing your bio (hint: get… Continue reading Highlights from a webinar on personal branding
I quit my job and you can, too
Last Friday was my last day of work at the SaaS company where I spent the last six and a half years of my life. It wasn't a messy breakup. In fact, I gave eight weeks' notice and helped hire and train the manager who replaced me. Was I scared? Sure. But I still firmly… Continue reading I quit my job and you can, too
Walk in there like you f*cking own the place
Several years ago, when I was still immersed in the dating world and going out to bars and whatnot, my best friend said to me, "You always exude confidence and people just gravitate to you. I don't know how you do that." My response at the time was something along the lines of, "I dunno,… Continue reading Walk in there like you f*cking own the place