Most of the times we heard that People are entering jobs and resigning those jobs. It is not because they didn’t like the company, the reason is they didn’t like that person whom we call
On this important and hot issue, Google has done some research that how should be a manager and what quality he or she should have for the improvement of the employee turnover, satisfaction
Here are the 10 behaviors of Google’s best managers, along with some practical tips on how to develop these behaviors
1. Is a good coach
A good coach is not he who solve the problems within seconds as it comes. Rather he or she uses those problems as a weapon to train his team and make it a stronger
2. Empowers team and does not micromanage
Everyone has their own kinds of technique to do any kind of job or solving a problem. So nobody likes a micromanager. You may not be aware of the term “micromanager”. Let me clear it in a one sentence ,a micromanager is who wants to control every part of a situation, project, etc. in a way that may not be necessary On the contrary, A good team leader always give the member freedom,
In addition, great managers make sure their people have the tools and flexibility they need to do their jobs.
3. Creates an inclusive team environment, showing concern for success and well-being
The old proverb “ United we stand divided we fall’
So it is also necessary
As Google puts it:
In a team with high psychological safety, the teammates feel safe to take risks around their team members. They also feel confident that no one on the team will embarrass or punish anyone else for admitting a mistake, asking a question, or offering a new idea.
4. Is productive and results-oriented
A good team leader is a productive
5. Is a good communicator–listens and shares information
A good leader has to be a good communicator. And a good communication starts with a great listener. This is the thing that enables understanding. He tries to share all the knowledge and
6. Supports career development and discusses performance
The great manager knows that everyone has their different kinds of
7. Has a clear vision/strategy for the team
The leader let the team member know about the goal of the organization rather than keeping them in the
8. Has key technical skills to help advise the team
The leader should have the widen knowledge and skilled about the work he is going to oversee. If an effective manager is brought into a new department, they take time in the beginning to familiarize themselves with their people’s everyday work and challenges. This earns them the respect of their team.
9. Collaborates across [the company]
Some managers create silos, running their teams with an “us versus them” mentality, competing against other teams within the company.Great managers have the ability to see the big picture, and work for the good of a company as a whole.
10. Is a strong decision maker
The Great managers always have to take the