March Meetup: How to Run an Effective Meeting with Melissa and Johnathan Authors of How F*cked up is Your Management?

Join us Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 for an exclusive AMA and book signing with Melissa and Johnathan Nightingale, co-authors of How F*cked Up is your Management. Melissa and Johnathan have worked with some of the biggest tech companies across North America (Mozilla, IBM, Hubba, Edmodo, Wattpad, Creative Commons). They’re taking what they’ve learned along the way to help even more tech companies build better bosses with their latest venture, Raw Signal Group. If you haven’t read their blog on management, add that to your to do list, but first RSVP to our event! Light refreshments and drinks will be served.

People love to lament that meetings are a waste of time but the reality is, in the modern workplace, you need to collaborate with others to get s%$^ done. We’ll discuss why human-to-human meetings are needed to align employees to a company’s mission, rally around goals and build bridges between teams. Get your questions ready because this is an AMA!


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Want to learn more about the authors? Check out Melissa and Johnathan’s publication on being a better manager and leader; the co-pour.

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Introducing SoapBox Heroes

We want to celebrate the amazing managers we work with every day. Our customers are our best teachers – and we don’t want to hog all the insight! So, we’re sharing it with the world. SoapBox Heroes exemplify what it means to be a Modern Manager, and the actionable tips and tools they share are sure to help you in your own role.

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Meet Heather, VP of Customer Experience at LookBook and a SoapBox Hero. Heather is an expert at managing up and building manager employee relationships. Learn more about Heather’s management style.


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