In this Ground Zero episode, I speak with Shay Howe, co-founder of Lead Honestly and a partner at Prota Ventures, co-founder at Chicago Camps about failure and success as a manager and entrepreneur.
It’s true that as entrepreneurs and makers we get stretched to our limits. The question is not about managing the stretch, but about staying grounded and focused on what needs to get done. In this episode, I speak with Shay Howe about this very topic. From trying to understand the biggest mistakes people do when leading people (while doing a hundred other things) to managing his own success, Shay gets candid.
As a designer and front-end developer, Shay has a passion for solving problems while building creative and intuitive products. He specializes in product design, interface development, and organizational leadership, areas in which he regularly writes and speaks about.
Currently, he is a co-founder at Lead Honestly, helping managers build stronger relationships and actively engage with their employees. Elsewhere, he is a partner at Prota Ventures, co-founder at Chicago Camps, board member at DESIGNATION, and author of “Learn to Code HTML and CSS.”
Continued from Episode124.
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