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SheCanCode event: Quick wins to create an inclusive, remote, engineering team

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ARTICLE SUMMARY

Remote working can feel isolating at times and new team members can struggle to connect with a disbanded team. SheCanCode recently held an online event to highlight this issue and share advice on how to build and scale a distributed, inclusive engineering team.

In this 40-minute webinar we discussed the impact that remote working is having on our mental health and shared ideas on how we can ensure team members thrive and feel part of the wider company.

Listen to our speakers from Capco and Artisan Studios reveal some of the ways that companies can keep their engineering teams connected and engaged.

OUR SPEAKERS

EMILY TURNER | PARTNER, CAPCO 

Emily Turner is a Partner at Capco. She has over 22 years of significant programme management experience in complex delivery initiatives across capital markets, wholesale, international banking & private clients.

A passionate advocate of Corporate Social Responsibility & Youth Development, Diversity & Inclusion as well as Mental Health awareness.

She has strong client relationship building and stakeholder management expertise and has excellent communication and people skills. She has a successful history of leading, coaching, challenging and improving large, diverse and geographically located teams.

Recently Emily mobilised and led the Capco team across a Tier 1 Global Bank on the LIBOR Transition – including the Treasury FTP transition from all major LIBOR currencies, IB Risk Management Framework (Financial & Non-Financial Risks), New RFR Product Rollout FtB Global Execution Methodology, Portfolio Delivery and backbook transition across all global sites. Leading teams from the cross lines of business including client outreach and supporting functions (Product Control, Traded Risk, Model Risk Management, Markets Operations & Technology).

Find out more about Emily here. If you’re interested in a career at Capco, click here.

SHEEKHA SINGH | QA AUTOMATION LEAD, ARTISAN STUDIOS 

Sheekha is a published author of the bestselling book – ‘The IT Girl: 3 Steps to Find Career Options for Young Women in Tech‘ and has worked in the IT/tech industry both in the US and Canada.
Sheekha is a software engineer who prides herself on being an accomplished writer as well as a public speaker at several international tech conferences.

Sheekha graduated with a master’s degree from the University of Nebraska Omaha and has worked in the IT industry since 2013.

Passionate about generating awareness about IT as a career option for the younger generation, her book was the winner of Dan Poynter’s Global Ebook Awards 2021 in the Technology/Engineering category.

To learn more about her on Instagram here @sheekhasingh_writer and visit her website here for more info.

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