Practice being a great manager
Engineering and product leaders are all too familiar with the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. But, this approach to leadership is something that should be applied to leaders across all departments. Read more about it here: https://hypercontext.com/blog/management-skills/how-to-be-a-great-manager
Improve your management skills
Great managers keep their team engaged, high performing and retained. Even if you are already a great manager, there's always room for improvement. Let’s make a concerted effort to continue to listen, learn, and grow in our management skills and foster a culture of sharing and actioning on feedback.
Improve employee engagement
An engaged team is more productive, happy at work, and ultimately drive more revenue to the organization. Let's focus our efforts on building up a culture that values open communication, feedback, accountability, and and one that ultimately gets people excited about working here.
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Establish team performance management
What frameworks will we implement across the organization to help leaders and their teams measure performance? From goal tracking to quarterly performance reviews, let's establish what performance management looks like for our team.
Enhance employer brand
Let's not only improve our reputation as an employer, but make sure everyone knows who we are too.
Reduce employee turnover from 20% to 10%
We've done a great job of recruiting great talent to the team. Let's make sure we're also doing a great job of retaining our people too.
Build and develop a world class team
Let's build a team that's not only effective and helps us execute on our vision, but actually excited to come to work every day.
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