What do you wish someone had told you at the beginning of your career? by Uldis Karlovs-Karlovskis

As an engineer, I was raised to hold a humble perspective. I believed that individuals who had over a decade of experience in their respective fields possessed great knowledge and were sure of their actions.

Only years later I realised that it’s a rather small number of people who invest in their continuous growth. Most of the people, even with those fancy C-level titles, often walk with a blindfold of busy-ness on and just try to survive. That’s why organizations need boards that can deliver diverse experiences of more than 100 years in total.

About Uldis Karlovs-Karlovskis

Uldis has two decades of experience in software engineering and leadership as he is a skilled coach in Agile and DevOps practices. Known for seeing beyond the data and offering insights others may miss, he is often the voice of reason in the room. Apart from being the founder of a DevOps & Agile community in Latvia and a small theatre, he is also actively involved in non-profit organizations and is currently a member of Psychodrama Playwrite and other Theatre Associations. With his unique blend of technical expertise and creative interests, Uldis is an asset to any board seeking to innovate and stay ahead of industry trends.

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