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How to be a good manager

1. Hire the right people

Contrary to popular belief, the employee experience really begins during the hiring process. Keeping in mind differences such as management style, communication skills, and existing team members, the best managers will choose candidates who will help elevate the entire team, rather than shine. in a personal role.

2. Initial lead

A great leader will do whatever it takes to ensure a new employee is warmly welcomed and quickly integrated into the team. Whether it’s a welcome lunch, desk, or networking program, the best managers have their own processes and track how each employee reacts to their new environment.

3. Connecting work to the big picture

If the employee is responsible for meeting the goals; Managers are responsible for providing clarity and support throughout the goal setting process. A good manager knows how to help their employees set goals at work and connect individual responsibilities to the larger company mission. For managers struggling with such initiatives, goal management software can help take the guesswork out of the system, tracking and managing goals for multiple members of a team.

4. Provide guidance and autonomy

Do you know what is at the top of the list of reasons why employees leave their jobs? Good managers strike a balance between guiding their employees and giving them the freedom they need to learn and grow. Especially for new managers, it may be more tempting to take over a project than guide it to its destination. Coaching is one of the most valuable leadership skills a manager can have in their toolkit – use it!

5. Anticipate problems and remove barriers

It is an important leadership job to look ahead and anticipate what is to come. What underlying issues can migrate to the new workplace? How can a new CEO impact your team? What conflicts can arise when you start a new project? The ability to ask these questions, and to be open to solutions, is what distinguishes a good manager.

6. Schedule regular checks

Throughout the employee lifecycle, a great manager will stay in close contact with each member of their team. Depending on the company, this could look like a weekly one-on-one, monthly lunches, or daily updates to the team’s Slack channel. The most important thing is the connection between the manager and the employee – from day one to the end.

7. Provide feedback

Good managers praise frequently and testify, providing constructive feedback quickly and directly. A good way to tackle difficulties is to adopt growth mindsets – the belief that one’s skills can grow over time through hard work and dedication.

8. Career development support

A great manager understands the potential of a current employee and the direction they want to go. They are aware of their employees’ strengths and weaknesses. When there’s a promotion or a new skill set, they’ll be the first to speak out or point employees in the right direction.

9. Excellent at communication

Especially, when it comes to leading multiple subordinates, a good manager needs to be clear about how, when, and why they communicate the way they do. Written, verbal, and team communication impacts everything from decision making to the day-to-day culture of how teams work. And when it comes to missing deadlines or sharing new ideas, a manager’s communication style determines how mentally stable each individual on the team is.

10. Ensure work-life balance

Good managers ensure work-life balance for both themselves and their teams (yes, this means refraining from sending those midnight emails!). It also involves planning meetings on purpose, rather than filling everyone’s schedule with a bunch of unnecessary wasted time. Ultimately, it requires managers to understand and value employees, personal needs, and goals in addition to professional goals.

11. Recognition of achievements

Constructive criticism isn’t the only feedback a manager should give to an employee’s direct report. Positive recognition not only makes people feel valued and appreciated, but it can also improve team members’ engagement levels, creating better morale in the workplace.

12. Support for employee departure

When an employee chooses another opportunity, inside or outside the company, a great manager celebrates them. There is no place for petty personal feelings; a strong manager will wish their employees better, then keep working to figure out how to get better opportunities.

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