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Updated: Jan 7



Transcript from Interview

Harrison is the co-founder of MaestroQA who's mission is to help companies build better customer experiences by providing modern QA software that powers customer loyalty. He is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology

I'm the co founder and CTO of MaestroQA, where I lead our engineering teams and have worked really closely with our design and product teams. In an ever evolving journey as we have grown from being two to five to 20 to 60. Over the last couple of years, I'm really passionate about Engineering, and I also spend a lot of time and energy training for triathlon. I recently got married, actually, during our time coaching together. So I've been through a big life journey over the past, you know, year and a half, through a lot of change.

What was going on that made you feel that coaching might be a valuable tool for you?

Was there anything that you felt that I could help you with based on either my background or with what you were navigating coming into the sessions?

Do you have any moments or situations where you felt supported through a key challenge that you were going through or anything about the moments that you'd be willing to share?

Did you feel free and have enough autonomy to bring up what was that was pressing for you in the moment?

What did that free up for you to be able to do that thematic analysis and discussion?

Did you see any impacts to goals to be more attentive or more strategically attentive with your team, and team development?

Has there been any mindset shifts for you, throughout our coaching process, or anything that you think is material or significant?

What would you say to that person that we're in conversations with about why, or what is valuable about coaching?

How did you make that and keep that commitment to the engagement itself?


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