I have been with the company for over eight years. It sounds scary for an IT specialist to have been working in one place for such a long time, but it's true. It is interesting working for this company because I have grown to be a team leader, and projects are becoming more complex and challenging.
At the beginning of my journey as a lead, I read that there are three ways to manage:
- The first way is to be controlling and forceful.
- The second is laissez-faire.
- The third is to create an atmosphere for each private team member to solve the assigned tasks independently.
I am a supporter of this path.
Requirements for newcomers: Six months after employment, they should merge into the overall pace of the team and project requirements. In six months, I expect independent decisions from them. Sometimes I can point out shortcomings—not correct mistakes—but point out the consequences of such decisions.
The main thing is that a person should develop and look for their own sources of information as well as existing and newly created approaches to implementation.