Notes from Google Manager behaviors
Is a good coach
Empowers team and does not micromanage
Create an inclusive team environment, showing concern for success and well-being
Is productive and result oriented
Is a good communicator - listens and shares information
Supports career development and discusses performance
Has a clear vision/strategy for the team
Has key technical skills to help advise the team
Collaborates across the company
Is a strong decision maker
- What great managers do This article by Harvard Business Review provides an overview of what makes great managers successful. The author emphasizes the importance of communication, setting a positive example, and recognizing individual strengths to foster an engaged, productive team. The article also emphasizes the need for managers to have a clear vision of where the team is going and how each individual can contribute to that goal. Additionally, the author stresses the importance of developing trust and relationships with employees as a key factor in creating a successful work environment. Lastly, the article recommends that managers provide feedback and coaching to help employees develop their skills and better serve their roles within the organization. Overall, this article provides valuable insight into what it takes to be an effective manager in any organization.
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