Tagged with “lara hogan” (5)

  1. What makes a good speaker? Kelsey Hightower Lara Hogan

    Lara Hogan, who literally wrote the book on public speaking, and Kelsey Hightower, speaker and chair of many tech conferences, join us to share their personal speaking stories (and nightmares!), how they prepare their talks, and the common mistakes they see first-time speakers make.

    https://www.codenewbie.org/podcast/what-makes-a-good-speaker

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  2. Track Changes: Lara Hogan on Engineering and Public Speaking

    Demystifying public speaking: this week Paul and Rich talk to Lara Hogan, an engineering director at Etsy whose most recent book, Demystifying Public Speaking, aims to help get more diverse voices onstage in the tech world. Topics covered include overcoming specific fears before getting onstage, how to process feedback, and some of her own experiences onstage, from highlights on down to one particular public-speaking horror show. They also discuss her career at Etsy and the joys and challenges of management.

    http://trackchanges.libsyn.com/lara-hogan-on-engineering-and-public-speaking

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  3. Etsy engineering director Lara Hogan on public speaking - Inside Intercom

    A conversation about how and why you should begin public speaking, the importance of good feedback, tech conference’s diversity problem, and more.

    https://blog.intercom.com/etsy-engineering-director-lara-hogan-on-public-speaking/

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  4. The Path To Performance Episode 1 with Lara Hogan of Etsy

    Etsy has been the model for cultivating a culture of performance within your organization for many years. In our first episode, we talk to Lara Hogan to find out what they do to ensure performance remains upfront and center.

    http://pathtoperf.com/2015/04/07/01-with-lara-hogan.html

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  5. Designing for Performance: Can We Have it All?

    A List Apart: On Air — Conversations that bring our community together.

    Everyone wants sites that are responsive, beautiful, and fast. Can we have it all? Or do we need to make tradeoffs? And whose job is performance anyway? 

    We all have something to contribute to improved performance. This live session kicks off a Google Hangouts series that brings together designers and developers from in-house and agency teams to compare notes on…

    • Auditing an existing site’s performance
    • Setting performance budgets  
    • Prioritizing and making design decisions 
    • Getting clients and colleagues on board

    Format 30 minutes of panelist conversation 30 minutes of Q&A

    Featuring Lara Hogan, Scott Jehl, Yesenia Perez-Cruz, and Mat Marquis

    http://alistapart.com/events

    Sponsored by Pantheon. https://pantheon.io/

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