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WW (Formerly Weight Watchers)

5/19 Live Chat: "Manager vs Individual Contributor - Deciding Which Path Is Right For You"

On Tuesday, May 19th, 2020, join us for a live chat with a member of the WW (formerly Weight Watchers) team! We are excited to hear from Glenn Carroll, Manager of Agile Project Management, at WW during the chat entitled, "Manager vs Individual Contributor - Deciding Which Path Is Right For You". Click here to register and also hear the post-event recording, and we hope to see you there virtually!

Here is more information about this live chat with Glenn:

As a woman in technology I have watched my fellow womxn be pressured to take on management roles - which can be difficult to decline if you don't have an alternative plan. However, managing people comes with a completely different skills set than the individual contributor role many of us start our careers with. I hope this talk gives you an opportunity to evaluate if management or individual contributor is a better career path for you and next steps to get there.

MEET THE SPEAKER

Glenn Carroll


Glenn is a Manager of Agile Project Management at WW (formerly Weight Watchers). At WW our purpose is to inspire healthy habits for real life, for people, families, community, the world - for everyone. Glenn's career in technical project management has spanned small start-ups to large public companies, but she has brought the same fundamentals to every role. Coach towards agility. Take ownership of problems. Give individuals agency. And always lead by serving.

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