About the LeadDev community
LeadDev is a Slack Group for Engineering Managers. It has a live chat communication style.
In their own words
Although our community is spread throughout the world and we’re all on different leadership journeys, we are all united in our ambition to become more effective at what we do. LeadDev is a space where we can come together to learn from our mistakes and experiences as a collective. Through sharing the knowledge we’ve gained as technical leaders, we can both grow our own careers, develop others, and propel the tech industry forward.
on slackYou are welcome to join Engineering Managers chat if you’re currently working as an Engineering Manager, Team Lead, or any other role which involves managing people working in technology.
Rands Leadership Slack
on slackThe Rands Leadership Slack is a community dedicated to developing the craft of leadership. We recognize and celebrate the creativity and collaboration of our independent members and the diversity of skills, talents, experiences, cultures, and opinions that they bring to your community. The Rands Leadership Slack is an inclusive environment, based on treating all individuals respectfully, regardless of gender or gender identity (including transgender status), sexual orientation, age, disability, nationality, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), political affiliation, or career path.
SFELCThe peer group program is forall engineering leaders,regardless of role or tenure. It's an ongoing way to gain outside perspectives and discuss real challenges with trusted peers. It's a place where you can get support and support others.
on redditAll things engineering management! Let's share tips, news and more for current and aspiring engineering managers.
on slackThe developer community for all things DevEx: new ideas, tips, lively discussions, and problem-solving in the software world.
on slackA global learning community for anyone in a CTO, VP of Engineering, Head of Development, Engineering Director or any senior-level engineering leadership role. The community comprises a Slack group of 4,500 or so, a twice-weekly newsletter with resources, weekly online panel events, two conferences every year, video resources and much more.
on slackWelcome to hay! A place for engineering leaders to share their thoughts and best practices about running 1:1 meetings.