Managers thought that their direct reports leave because they want better titles and total comps. In reality, employees leave mostly for relational factors instead of transactional factors.
For a first-time manager, what got you here won’t get you there. What mindset shifts need to take place to become an effective people manager?
If you are an individual contributor, what criteria should you use to pick a great manager because manager is the single most important factor for your career success?
In this week’s video, Michael Lin (ex-Waymo HR lead, ex-Google and Stanford GSB MSx) shares his “Air” Framework, which lays out 3 success factors for great managers.
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