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Do managers matter?

Creating a role description for managers

Establishing success metrics

Articulating manager standards

Takeaways & next steps

Talent & Leadership

8 MIN

How to Support and Develop Effective People Managers

So far in the Human Capital series, we’ve shared six People Systems that differentiate the most successful and nimble companies from average: their culture strategy, org design, DEI, compensation, hiring, and onboarding systems.

With these systems in place, you can hire and retain the right people to achieve your company vision. But once those amazing humans you’ve dreamed would join your team are here, what can you do to set them up for success? How can you ensure high performance even in the midst of constant change and uncertainty?

To answer these questions, we’ll dedicate our next series of guides to the topic of employee performance and the interdependent People Systems that support it.

PEOPLE SYSTEMS FOR CATALYZING PERFORMANCE

We will begin the performance series with a focus on optimizing one of the highest leverage People Systems that most companies have: their managers.

In this guide, we’ll cover:

1

Do managers matter?

2

Creating a role description for managers

3

Establishing success metrics

4

Articulating manager standards

5

Takeaways & next steps

Talent & Leadership

8 MIN

How to Support and Develop Effective People Managers

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By Matt Hoffman
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HumanCapital managing hero
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What's inside:
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Overview

Do managers matter?

Creating a role description for managers

Establishing success metrics

Articulating manager standards

Takeaways & next steps

So far in the Human Capital series, we’ve shared six People Systems that differentiate the most successful and nimble companies from average: their culture strategy, org design, DEI, compensation, hiring, and onboarding systems.

With these systems in place, you can hire and retain the right people to achieve your company vision. But once those amazing humans you’ve dreamed would join your team are here, what can you do to set them up for success? How can you ensure high performance even in the midst of constant change and uncertainty?

To answer these questions, we’ll dedicate our next series of guides to the topic of employee performance and the interdependent People Systems that support it.

PEOPLE SYSTEMS FOR CATALYZING PERFORMANCE

We will begin the performance series with a focus on optimizing one of the highest leverage People Systems that most companies have: their managers.

In this guide, we’ll cover:

1

Do managers matter?

2

Creating a role description for managers

3

Establishing success metrics

4

Articulating manager standards

5

Takeaways & next steps

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