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CTO Craft and Leadership Matters- The Burnout One

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Wednesday, 27th June at CodeNode, London

This meetup is organised by Leadership Matters Starts at 6:30 PM.

Work-related stress and burnout are unnervingly common among CTOs and engineering managers of all experience levels, in all industries and of all ages. We'll be exploring causes, identifiers, strategies for addressing burnout, and hearing from CTOs who've experienced the worst first-hand

CTO Craft and Leadership Matters- The Burnout One

Work-related stress and burnout are unnervingly common among CTOs and engineering managers of all experience levels, in all industries and of all ages. We'll be exploring causes, identifiers, strategies for addressing burnout, and hearing from CTOs who've experienced the worst first-hand

Successful, Accomplished, Depressed - About Performance, Perfectionism, and Burnout in IT

More than two decades of working in IT had taken Dennis to his physical limits. His collapse came unexpected but, in reality, he could easily have seen it coming. It also was about time though! That way, Dennis was able to realize that he had failed to look after himself for the most part of his life. He had only focused on what he thought others expected of him.

Since his burnout, Dennis has been spending a lot of time finding out what's important to him. And one of these things is to share his experience with burnout and depression as a major issue in modern society. He talks about our obsession with performance and productivity, and about the negative self-image that troubles so many of us.

He shares his ideas on how we can clear our minds from time to time, how to be able to find our true selves. It seems like nowadays, everything and everyone needs to be faster, better, more perfect. Dennis will show you how you can find some time and space for yourself and what's important to you.

Dennis Traub

With more than 20 years in the industry, Dennis has been building software for many customers, ranging from startups to multinational corporations. As a Fellow at codecentric he helps his clients transforming their business through technology, with an emphasis on digitization and the cloud. He is also very passionate about the personal aspects of the modern workplace and how it can affect your life, your health and well-being. Feel free to reach out to him at dennis.traub@codecentric.de or on Twitter at @DTraub.

I Gave You a Pool Table, Why Are You Still Stressed?

Zoe Cunningham talks through the cultural evolution at Softwire, since the creation of the company 18 years ago. When Softwire started in 2000 the foundation of inclusive decision making and transparency, with a focus on employee welfare, seemed to be all that was needed for a happy, healthy workforce. 18 years and many iterations later, Zoe takes a look at what was missing... and what still remains to be done.

Zoe Cunningham

Zoe has been at Softwire since 2000, in which time she has made it her mission to hold every role in the company – developer, project manager, consultant, sales, Operations Manager and now CEO. Zoe helps the company focus on its three pillars of happy teams, happy clients and commercial success. Under Zoe’s leadership Softwire has been placed in the top 25 of the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For, for seven consecutive years. She has been named as one of the 100 most influential people in Tech City, selected by the BBC as the Brightest Woman in Britain.

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Overview

Work-related stress and burnout are unnervingly common among CTOs and engineering managers of all experience levels, in all industries and of all ages. We'll be exploring causes, identifiers, strategies for addressing burnout, and hearing from CTOs who've experienced the worst first-hand

CTO Craft and Leadership Matters- The Burnout One

Work-related stress and burnout are unnervingly common among CTOs and engineering managers of all experience levels, in all industries and of all ages. We'll be exploring causes, identifiers, strategies for addressing burnout, and hearing from CTOs who've experienced the worst first-hand

Successful, Accomplished, Depressed - About Performance, Perfectionism, and Burnout in IT

More than two decades of working in IT had taken Dennis to his physical limits. His collapse came unexpected but, in reality, he could easily have seen it coming. It also was about time though! That way, Dennis was able to realize that he had failed to look after himself for the most part of his life. He had only focused on what he thought others expected of him.

Since his burnout, Dennis has been spending a lot of time finding out what's important to him. And one of these things is to share his experience with burnout and depression as a major issue in modern society. He talks about our obsession with performance and productivity, and about the negative self-image that troubles so many of us.

He shares his ideas on how we can clear our minds from time to time, how to be able to find our true selves. It seems like nowadays, everything and everyone needs to be faster, better, more perfect. Dennis will show you how you can find some time and space for yourself and what's important to you.

Dennis Traub

With more than 20 years in the industry, Dennis has been building software for many customers, ranging from startups to multinational corporations. As a Fellow at codecentric he helps his clients transforming their business through technology, with an emphasis on digitization and the cloud. He is also very passionate about the personal aspects of the modern workplace and how it can affect your life, your health and well-being. Feel free to reach out to him at dennis.traub@codecentric.de or on Twitter at @DTraub.

I Gave You a Pool Table, Why Are You Still Stressed?

Zoe Cunningham talks through the cultural evolution at Softwire, since the creation of the company 18 years ago. When Softwire started in 2000 the foundation of inclusive decision making and transparency, with a focus on employee welfare, seemed to be all that was needed for a happy, healthy workforce. 18 years and many iterations later, Zoe takes a look at what was missing... and what still remains to be done.

Zoe Cunningham

Zoe has been at Softwire since 2000, in which time she has made it her mission to hold every role in the company – developer, project manager, consultant, sales, Operations Manager and now CEO. Zoe helps the company focus on its three pillars of happy teams, happy clients and commercial success. Under Zoe’s leadership Softwire has been placed in the top 25 of the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For, for seven consecutive years. She has been named as one of the 100 most influential people in Tech City, selected by the BBC as the Brightest Woman in Britain.

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