Congratulations! You’ve been promoted. Or maybe you’re starting a new job at a new company. Either way, you have a fresh start, and a new set of challenges. You only get one chance to make a first impression, so you want to make the most of it. That’s why today we’re helping you with a […]
What did you learn this year? What were your biggest challenges as a manager?
As we wrap up 2019, we take a look back at the posts that resonated most with managers like you.
Read on to find out what the most popular posts were, and you may find some great reading for during your holiday break and travels.
Want to have better one on one meetings with your team members, but struggling to know what to do? Does the myriad of one on one advice out there overwhelm you? Feel like there’s too many things to remember? Wouldn’t it be great if there was a simple list of dos and don’ts you could […]
Andy Grove, pictured below, is one of the greatest CEOs ever. He co-founded Intel and grew it to over $20 Billion in revenue over a 30 year run as CEO. His approaches to leadership and management are legendary. He shared many of his ideas in a series of books, including the management guide, High Output […]
“Being a good coach is essential to being a good manager and leader. Coaching is no longer a specialty; you cannot be a good manager without being a good coach. The path to success in a fast-moving, highly competitive, technology-driven business world is to form high-performing teams and give them the resources and freedom to […]
“It doesn’t take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle.” – General Norman Schwarzkopf, U.S. Army With Veterans Day this week in America, we honor those who have died serving in our military. The crucible of war and battle is a […]
Sam walked up, teary-eyed and with a look of distress across his face. My mind flashed to every possibility. I knew it wasn’t good… but I had no idea what it could be. As we sat down with one another, alone in the conference room, he looked down, took a deep breath, and in a […]
What is the value in having regular one on ones? Are they useful for remote teams? And what can you do if you’re a remote employee who feels like your manager doesn’t really engage with you enough? What can you do jump-start your own one on ones and stay in the loop? Recently, I was […]
Do you know what your weaknesses are? How are your personal weaknesses reflected in your team? And what do you need to do to start working through those weaknesses to become a better leader? I sat down with Brian Wang, a Silicon Valley based executive coach at Dashing Leadership, to talk about overcoming weaknesses, how […]
Do you know what you’re talking about in your next 1-on-1 with each of your team members? What about next week? Next month? How do you change your 1-on-1s for different team membership? What if they’re on a leadership track vs. being an individual contributor? Every 1-on-1 is different. There are no hard-line rules for […]