With this article, I would like to thank a CTO who has given me a lot of help and teaching this year. Next, I will share the excellent qualities, methods, and mentality I have learned from him with "communication with the CTO during the development of a project"... Part.1 Early category email list stage of the project: equality and trust In the morning of the second day after entering the company, I was called to attend the meeting of project A, and I learned that this is a relatively complicated category email list project that has been advanced for a year without substantial progress. After the meeting, the CTO asked me about my thoughts after attending the meeting. I briefly reviewed the morning meeting and said.
The background, problem, purpose, etc. of the project are not clear, so everyone does not know what to do next, what is the purpose of doing this, and the category email list whole meeting is a little confusing; I didn't see the role of the project leader to carry out project planning and personnel planning. It seems that everyone is doing their own thing, and there is no clear responsible person for the category email list problems at the meeting. ... After some discussion, the CTO started putting me in charge of Project A. Originally, I thought it was just to listen to the boss's instructions and then do it. After all, I still have some distance from people at the level of CTO. In fact, this communication was a completely equal communication.
He asked questions, listened to my words carefully, communicated with me patiently, and exchanged opinions throughout the whole process category email list. Throughout the process, he did not use the title he held to influence his subordinates. Through communication, he category email list convinces his subordinates through his own charisma, and through the display of his abilities, so that the subordinates can use their creativity to complete the work, instead of being fixed there like a screw, which is immutable. After the meeting, I felt equality and trust, and I was touched by the word "leadership" for the first time. Although there will be similar leadership teaching in books.