Great managers make companies.Bad managers break them.
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Manager Development has been a hot topic of discussion among many growing companies in the past year.
With the numerous concerning “incidents” at all sorts of prominent companies, the idea of throwing managers into the deep end and seeing what happens just doesn’t appeal to anyone anymore.
Moreover, the changing workplace demographics and the shifting culture around leadership and management in general are driving the need for HR and L&D professionals to revisit and level up their programs and initiatives in this area.
To help you figure out how to do just that, we asked 13 People Ops leaders (from SurveyMonkey, Headspace, Evernote, SAP, and others) to share their advice and best practices on what works in Manager Development today.Continue reading
As 2017 comes to a close, we’re excited to take a look back at this year in Manager Development content.
In this collection, you’ll find helpful articles, essays, and podcast episodes that will help you craft your own Manager Development initiatives in the new year, or at the very least perhaps think about this subject in a new and different light.Continue reading
Imagine you poured your heart and soul into a project only to discover that it’s a total flop. It doesn’t work. Your boss hates it. Feedback is abysmal.
Fortunately, you have time to fix it, but it’s going to be tight, and it’s going to be tough.
How are you feeling? Most people might feel defeated, lost, upset, angry, or embarrassed. But some would find, emerging from that smorgasbord of negative emotions, a gentle simmer of excitement, of challenge, and of potential.Continue reading
A lot of pro-active leaders work with executive coaches, but a new breed of company—which includes Zappos and Shopify—is extending the benefits of coaching beyond the C-suite.
This sort of leadership development initiative shows an admirable investment in people and culture, and appears to paying off in spades.Continue reading