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8 Rules to follow to be a good boss and a manager who increases employee engagement based on Google's Project Oxygen to use data to find the best boss behaviors.

8 Rules to follow to be a good boss and a manager who increases employee engagement based on Google's Project Oxygen to use data to find the best boss behaviors.

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    8 Google Rules for Managers 8 Google Rules for Managers Presentation Transcript

    • 8 Rules From GoogleHow to Be A Good Boss
      STOP THE SEARCHING
    • Google Rule #1
      Be
      a
      good coach
    • Google Rule #2
      Empower your team and don’t micromanage
    • Google Rule #3
      Express interest in team members’ success and personal well-being
    • Google Rule #4
      Don’t be a sissy: Be productive and results-oriented
    • Google Rule #5
      Be a good communicator and listen to your team
    • Google Rule #6
      Help your employees with career development
    • Google Rule #7
      Have a clear vision and strategy for the team
    • Google Rule #8
      Have key technical skills so you can help advise the team
    • Bonus: 3 Pitfalls to Avoid
      Have trouble making a transition to the team
      Lack a consistent approach to performance management and career development
      Spend too little time managing and communicating
    • Information from a NY
      Times article on How to
      be a Better Boss, based on
      Google’s Project Oxygen
      to use data to determine the
      best boss behaviors.
      David Zinger
      David Zinger Associates
      Employee Engagement Expert
      www.davidzinger.com
      www.employeeengagement.ning.com