Aman Agarwal is the founder and president of SANPRAM Transnational, where he helps executives and entrepreneurs develop technical fluency to better operate in a tech-driven landscape. As someone who’s done a significant amount of work in the tech world, Aman knows how large the communication gap between executives and engineers can be – that’s why he’s sharing tips to help bridge that gap.
Aman’s one big tip for communicating, working, and negotiating with engineers is to utilize forced empathy. This means making the person you’re communicating with aware of your situation, your problems, and your constraints. It’s all about looking at the issue at hand as a shared problem to solve.
Bridging the communication gap between entrepreneurs and engineers takes equal parts emotional intelligence and communication skills, and when you listen to this episode, you’ll hear all of Aman’s advice for implementing both into your own business. Aman even discusses what makes a great engineer so that you know what to look for in your hiring process. Overall, he’s got great insight for anyone looking to improve the way they work with engineers.
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