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Be Lazy and Go Home: Lazy Leadership

Be lazy and go home. Yes, you heard me right! It is the most important thing I've learned in the past months. I guess this is not what you'd expect to hear as advice for leading a team. I didn't either. After a past 1:1 conversation with my manager

Be Lazy and Go Home: Lazy Leadership
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5 Things I learned becoming a Manager of a Distributed Team

Almost two years ago, I fell into becoming a manager. In my past career, I never thought that this would happen. Most of my life I’ve been a maker: working as an engineer, solving technical problems and building apps, products, or just circuit boards. People management was a huge

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What does it mean to be a Mobile Lead?

I often feel the need to explain what my role means. It is not as clear as “I am an iOS Engineer” or “I am a Designer”. There will also be a thousand different description depending on the company people work at. For us here at Buffer being

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How Being Open and Honest Made Me a Better Virtual Leader

We at Buffer are a fully distributed team. Managing or keeping a relationship with this kind of setup depends almost completely on the people and the culture. There is a lot of focus on the whole process of how we can conduct our work. One of the topics