This page is intended to help others understand what it might be like to work with me, especially people who haven’t worked with me before. It’s also a well-intentioned effort at building some trust by being intentionally vulnerable, and to share my ideas of a good working relationship to improve the experience of working with others. Please feel free to contribute to this page by opening a merge request. Related Pages LinkedIn Profile - https://www.
Related pages LinkedIn Profile GitLab Profile My working style I don’t like to micro-manage. As long as results are being delivered, I try to give others the freedom to operate on their terms. If you require additional instructions or guidance in order to complete a task, don’t hesitate to ask. I try to tailor my management and working style to the different individuals I am working with. I tend to ask a lot of questions to ensure I have the full context before making a decision.
Summary Everything starts with people, without which we would not have organizational leadership. Humans are the most interesting and difficult part of building and supporting any business enterprise or technological advancement. Our goals as leaders is to create and maintain environments where brilliant people can thrive and drive incredible outcomes. We must foster a culture in which everyone has an opportunity to meaningfully contribute. Values Agency - Believe in delegating decisions as close to the problem space as possible and empowering teams and leaders to make the right decisions.
Philippe Lafoucrière’s README About me Hi! I’m a Security Architect at GitLab, which is a specialty on top of my Security Distinguished Engineer role. I have an Engineering background, having graduated from the Université de Technologie de Compiègne (France) with a Master’s Degree in Computer Science. Nevertheless, my career almost involved an Entrepreneur aspect. This makes me a Jack of all trades and a master of none. I have worked in various industries, ranging from telecoms to online betting.
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