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The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You (edició 2019)

de Julie Zhuo (Autor)

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Instant Wall Street Journal Bestseller! Congratulations, you're a manager! After you pop the champagne, accept the shiny new title, and step into this thrilling next chapter of your career, the truth descends like a fog: you don't really know what you're doing. That's exactly how Julie Zhuo felt when she became a rookie manager at the age of 25. She stared at a long list of logistics--from hiring to firing, from meeting to messaging, from planning to pitching--and faced a thousand questions and uncertainties. How was she supposed to spin teamwork into value? How could she be a good steward of her reports' careers? What was the secret to leading with confidence in new and unexpected situations? Now, having managed dozens of teams spanning tens to hundreds of people, Julie knows the most important lesson of all: great managers are made, not born. If you care enough to be reading this, then you care enough to be a great manager. The Making of a Manager is a modern field guide packed everyday examples and transformative insights, including:   *  How to tell a great manager from an average manager (illustrations included)   *  When you should look past an awkward interview and hire someone anyway   *  How to build trust with your reports through not being a boss   *  Where to look when you lose faith and lack the answers Whether you're new to the job, a veteran leader, or looking to be promoted, this is the handbook you need to be the kind of manager you wish you had.… (més)
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Títol:The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You
Autors:Julie Zhuo (Autor)
Informació:Portfolio (2019), Edition: Illustrated, 288 pages
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Recounting of her story being promoted to manager and things she's learned.
Great for first time managers. Good for others.

Introduction - Great Managers Are Made, Not Born
Chapter One - What Is Management?
Pg 10 Manager's purpose: helping a group of people achieve a common goal.
pg 16: a manager's job is to
- build a team that works well together
- support members in reaching their career goals
- create processes to get work done smoothly and efficiently
But that's not quite right - those are activities not purpose.
pg 19: your job as a manager is to get better outcomes from a group of people working together.
pg 20,21: how to evaluate a good manager half is the output, the results the other half is strength and satisfaction of the team are they happy and working well together. The first half looks at our team's present outcomes the second asks whether we're set up for great outcomes in the future.
J Richard Hackmas says 5 conditions increase a team's odds of success.
- having a real team with clear boundaries and stable membership
- to compelling direction
- and enabling structure
- a supportive organizational context
- expert coaching
She condensed this to: Purpose, People, Process
Chapter Two - Your First Three Months
different scenarios where you might become a manager. Tips & pitfalls of each.
Chapter Three - Leading a Small Team
Juggling being an IC and Manager
Chapter Four - The Art Of Feedback
Chapter Five - Managing Yourself
Chapter Six - Amazing Meetings
Chapter Seven - Hiring Well
Chapter Eight - Making Things Happen
Chapter Nine - Leading a Growing Team
Chapter Ten - Nurturing Culture
Epilogue - The Journey Is 1% Finished ( )
  BizCoach | Apr 25, 2022 |
3.5 but rounding up to 4 stars. The title caught my eye as while I am not a manager I have been thinking about my career and whether that is a path I want to take. I've had the opportunity to do so and have had plenty of opportunities to see when people, are, um, not good managers, too. So I was very curious as to what Zhuo had to say.

I didn't know know much about her background but apparently she became a manager at 25 and helped form Facebook's culture (take that as you will). Because I'm not sure management is for me (but may be in my future) I thought it was interesting to read in both what I should strive for and what I could possibly be looking for in a good manager. Zhuo walks through the former, explaining and contrasting situations where situations are not so good and what one could do better and why. From interviews to day to day situations, and everything in between.

That's about it. Ultimately I found some good nuggets in here, it made me think about past managers and made me wonder what kind of manager I would be, etc. but I'm also not sure how helpful it would be, either. As negative reviews note, it is highly anecdotal and culturally it might not be a fit for everyone and every type of manager (remember, Facebook).

That said, it was interesting and it might be useful if you're looking to become a manager. In terms of general HR/job type stuff I'd recommend Ask A Manager which doesn't specifically address management the way Zhuo does, but has been immensely useful to me in terms of job hunting, navigating job situations, etc.

Borrowed from the library and that was best. ( )
  HoldMyBook | Feb 17, 2021 |
This is one of the best books I've read on management - both realistic and helpful. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking down the barrel of a new promotion or job transition. ( )
  ErinCSmith | Jul 24, 2020 |
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Instant Wall Street Journal Bestseller! Congratulations, you're a manager! After you pop the champagne, accept the shiny new title, and step into this thrilling next chapter of your career, the truth descends like a fog: you don't really know what you're doing. That's exactly how Julie Zhuo felt when she became a rookie manager at the age of 25. She stared at a long list of logistics--from hiring to firing, from meeting to messaging, from planning to pitching--and faced a thousand questions and uncertainties. How was she supposed to spin teamwork into value? How could she be a good steward of her reports' careers? What was the secret to leading with confidence in new and unexpected situations? Now, having managed dozens of teams spanning tens to hundreds of people, Julie knows the most important lesson of all: great managers are made, not born. If you care enough to be reading this, then you care enough to be a great manager. The Making of a Manager is a modern field guide packed everyday examples and transformative insights, including:   *  How to tell a great manager from an average manager (illustrations included)   *  When you should look past an awkward interview and hire someone anyway   *  How to build trust with your reports through not being a boss   *  Where to look when you lose faith and lack the answers Whether you're new to the job, a veteran leader, or looking to be promoted, this is the handbook you need to be the kind of manager you wish you had.

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