Every week, we dig through our events calendar and hand-select five events worth checking out. Whether you’re looking to mingle with local recruiters or hone your skills, there’s something in store for you. Ready to make this week great? Here’s what’s coming up this week in Colorado tech.
Join us at Rogue Wave Software for an evening of networking, exploring new career opportunities and, of course, cold beers. You’ll have the chance to mingle with the team, experience the company’s culture first-hand and learn what it has in store for the future. Who knows? Maybe that future includes you!
Stop Selling and Start Serving your Customers Needs, November 12 at 5:30 p.m.
The key to becoming a more effective sales professional is to stop talking about your product and start talking about how you can help your clients reach their goals. Anthony Franco, founder of Denver-based consulting firm Effective, will be discussing just that and sharing his insights and experiences to help local sales pros improve their selling skills.
How Workplace and Culture Intersect: What’s Best for Your team?, November 13 at 5:30 p.m.
Your office environment and company culture are inextricably linked, impacting your ability to recruit and retain talent and create a workplace where your employees can thrive. This event will offer tips for how to strengthen your culture by making changes to your office setup and will weigh the pros and cons of flexible workspaces versus traditional closed office models.
Practicing to be Perfect Better: Improving Work Through Deliberate Practice, November 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Practice makes perfect, right? But the way you practice matters, too. Join software development veteran Andy Ennamorato as he covers technologies that help developers practice their skills without disrupting their daily workflows. During the discussion, Ennamorato will look toward the practice routines of athletes and musicians for valuable and transferable lessons.
Techstars Startup Weekend in Boulder is back, and this time, the focus is on decentralization. Whether you have a fully formed business idea or have simply identified a big problem you’d like to solve, this weekend-long event is your chance to work with local experts and entrepreneurs to bring that idea to life.