Maya Shaff

Bridging the gap between (non-technical) marketers and developers at an early stage SaaS startup

When I first started my job at Witful, I didn’t think that knowing the technical side of things would be important to my job – it never had been necessary in previous roles, and I figured, for the most part, I’d do my thing while they (developers and technical-speak people) did theirs. But after only …

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How to: Be a Better Manager

When I first became a manager, I spent all my time feeling like I didn’t know what I was doing, wasn’t qualified to make high-level decisions, and basically shouldn’t “order around” the people who only a month or two ago had been peers. When seeking reassurance from my own superiors and mentors, the general feedback …

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