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Why you need one on one software for your managers

Software is eating the world, or so Marc Andreessen proclaimed in the Wall Street Journal in 2011. Over the last decade, we’ve seen software eat photography (Instagram), file sharing (Dropbox & Box), getting a taxi (Uber & Lyft), and many more consumer and business areas. Yet, people management has been stuck in the stone age […]

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25 Awesome Leadership Quotes

Leadership quotes - Ed Catmull quote

While managing and leading your team is a set of tasks and challenges that can carry many nuances, some of the best advice is surprisingly simple.  That’s why today, we’re bringing you a collection of some of the best leadership quotes we’ve found over the last year that capture a key lesson or inspiration. “I […]

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The one word that should scare every manager.

Google Management survey question Team feedback - Millennials want more feedback

Silence. It’s easy to take for granted that not hearing anything is a good thing. That being hands off as a manager means your team is happy because you’re not micro-managing them. Yet, there’s a fatal flaw in that approach. Not micro-managing, and communicating sufficiently are two very different things. If you’re not giving your […]

Google Management survey question Team feedback - Millennials want more feedback
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The 7 Deadly Sins of Bad Management that Crush Employee Morale

bad management: 7 deadly sins

Most people don’t set out to be bad managers, and yet there are many out there. This is because bad management is often a byproduct of bad habits, not inherently bad people.  These habits develop over time due to a lack of training, stress, and insufficient feedback to recognize problems. When left unchecked, they can lead to […]

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Why don’t we reward good managers?

We all know management is important, and yet, it has not changed the largely dismal outlook of management: 70% of American workers are disengaged. Poor management is largely to blame. People don’t leave companies, they leave bad managers. As I’ve spoken to managers and employees, it’s amazing how often I hear about managers that ignore […]

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