My manager suggested that I work on the skills below to advance my career. Do you have any masterclasses or other resources to develop these skills? I added links to the resources that I know about.
* Stakeholder management
* Project management
* Design & architecture - https://www.jointaro.com/playlist/dChIyTQcu2Ct5VC70lki/
* Communication - https://www.jointaro.com/question/3VNPK7wol76s89EkgFeW/what-are-software-engineering-fundamentals/
* Leadership - https://www.jointaro.com/lesson/X8vpfJooDpsX915ouC00/session-3-becoming-a-tech-lead-again-in-just-1-month-after-joining-robinhood-from-meta/
We don't have a dedicated resource for this, so those 2 are the best ones I can find that don't bleed over into the project management portion too much (I consider stakeholder management a subset of overall project management).
Some more tactical tips:
Here's the playbook I ran when TL-ing a project at a large company like DoorDash or Meta:
In addition to the resources on Taro, I'd also recommend you figure out a low-stakes way to have these conversations with a co-worker. Ideally someone not in your reporting chain, someone who won't judge you.
You can even use Taro for this if you have specific questions! We have a bunch of DoorDash engineers here.