Daily Productive Sharing 094 - 管理者如何定位自己?

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(The English version follows)

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管理者如何准确定位自己是一个非常有挑战的问题。毕竟没有人生来就是管理者,大家都是一步步从被管理者升职上去的。今天的分享来自一位服务过多家公司的管理老兵,给出了不少经验分享。而且最后的书单也不错。

When you get to a certain level of growth, you’re part of a business that has a product, but you’re no longer just building that product, you’re building teams.

Management is less about being really good at something and just passing down those skills.

Instead, they need you to empower them, by unblocking their work, supporting them, and building an ecosystem around them so they can grow.

You have to work with them, set expectations around what success looks like, and then step back when it comes to the approach.

Linda’s favorite question to ask people when they bring her a solution is to ask them for another solution. When you start to ask questions like that, you challenge people to think outside of the box — and it’s amazing what they come up with!

As long as you continuously find great people to surround yourself with, you will learn from them and put yourself in a position of growth.

One of the best things a manager can do is hire someone who is better than themselves.

One of the best things a manager can do is hire someone who is better than themselves.

Goal setting is more about alignment than tools or systems.

When joining a new team, observe first — and then act.

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Top 10 Learnings from Startups to a $100M+ ARR General Manager, Linda Tong

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It is a very challenging issue for managers to position themselves accurately. After all, no one is born as a manager, and everyone is promoted from being managed step by step. Today's sharing comes from a management veteran who has served many companies, giving a lot of experience to share. And the book list at the end is also good.

When you get to a certain level of growth, you’re part of a business that has a product, but you’re no longer just building that product, you’re building teams.

Management is less about being really good at something and just passing down those skills.

Instead, they need you to empower them, by unblocking their work, supporting them, and building an ecosystem around them so they can grow.

You have to work with them, set expectations around what success looks like, and then step back when it comes to the approach.

Linda’s favorite question to ask people when they bring her a solution is to ask them for another solution. When you start to ask questions like that, you challenge people to think outside of the box — and it’s amazing what they come up with!

As long as you continuously find great people to surround yourself with, you will learn from them and put yourself in a position of growth.

One of the best things a manager can do is hire someone who is better than themselves.

One of the best things a manager can do is hire someone who is better than themselves.

Goal setting is more about alignment than tools or systems.

When joining a new team, observe first — and then act.

Get 20% off for 1 year

Top 10 Learnings from Startups to a $100M+ ARR General Manager, Linda Tong

Try our sustainable productivity tool BRNR List