Google Spent Years Studying Effective Bosses. Now They Teach New Managers These 6 Things
The transition from individual contributor to manager is not an easy one. In many cases, the skills that got you the promotion will not be the same ones that make you effective as a manager. Luckily, we have organizations like Google that have spent years researching this transition, to help us demystify the secrets to new managers’ success.
Using Project Oxygen, an internal study that analyzed more than 10,000 manager impressions including performance reviews, surveys, and nominations for top-manager awards and recognition, Google identified eight habits of highly effective managers. Google also designed a management training workshop to share its newfound knowledge with its bosses and now the world.
Through the company’s Re:Work website, a resource that shares Google’s perspective on people operations, Google posted this training presentation in hopes that it could benefit all.
Let’s take a look at the six key attributes that Google instills in its managers…