Analyzing Your Strengths as a Technical Professional

Why some qualities can hamper effective management

Sorin Dumitrascu
Apr 14 · 7 min read
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Knowing your strengths

Qualities of technical professionals

Precise

Task-oriented

Adaptable

Self-reliant

Using your strengths

Organizational goals and values

Standards

Details

Resentment

Decrease in development opportunities

Time pressure

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Sorin Dumitrascu

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