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Monday, May 25, 2015

The Nine habits of the best managers according to Google’s HR boss

  • They give actionable feedback that helps their employees improve their performance.
  • They do not micromanage by getting involved in details that should be handled at other levels.
  • They show consideration for their employees as individuals.
  • They keep their team focused on its priority results/deliverables.
  • They regularly share with their team relevant information from their own manager and senior leadership.
  • They have meaningful discussions about career development with each member of their team at least once every six months.
  • They communicate clear goals for their team.
  • They possess the technical expertise required to effectively manage their team.
  • Their employees would recommend them to their colleagues.