Hydrogen’s Tech Talk Event: Lessons from Leaders

Audience Questions:

Question 1

23:23 - You spoke about having strong opinions [when it comes to technologies] so how does that work when you want to hire people?

Question 2

28:32 - You were saying about turning opinions into discussions - I'm wondering when these discussions get out of hand in a place where the the smart minds you've hired are trying to show you how smart they are and smarter than you, how do you handle their opinions not aligning with business needs.

Question 3

31:09 - I'm a leader and a manager - what advice would you give to someone like me who wants to level up their people and process skills who doesn't necessarily have people on the job to bounce ideas off - [essentially I don't have a sounding board]

Question 4

34:31 - How do you keep an engineer motivated?

Question 5

37:03 - What is the most important quality of a team lead?

Question 6

39:01 - What advice would you give to someone who has shied away from leadership roles and just wants to stay technical but still progress?

Question 7

42:31 - What advice would you give to people who want to move into leadership but don't have that onsite presence [in the modern world of remote working]

Question 8

45:57 - What challenges have you faced moving around different industries and sectors?