Be a great manager
Engineering and product leaders are all too familiar with the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. This document outlines better ways of developing software and helping others do it. Read more about it here: https://soapboxhq.com/blog/management-skills/how-to-be-a-great-manager
Implement a new one-on-one program across the team to foster better communications between managers and their direct reports
One-on-ones are a great opportunity to build trust, share feedback, and engage with each team member. They provide a dedicated time and place to discuss everything from roadblocks to career aspirations, let’s make them count.
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.
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Build and lead a world-class product team
Build out an efficient, collaborative and data-driven product team that is relentlessly focused on the customer. Focus on continuous coaching and creating opportunities that keep the team engaged.
Introduce the 10/50/99 feedback process to the team
Don’t wait until your designers and PMs have fully created user stories and designs to scrap a project. Implement the 10/50/99 process to minimize frustration, project delays, and speed up the team’s output.
Increase product learning across company
From what we do to why we do it, let's ensure that everyone across the organization has a good understanding of what our team and the product is capable of!
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Let's face it
Effective teams hit goals 🎯
Align your team by setting collaborative goals that you can easily measure, track, and keep top of mind. Become a high-performance team with Soapbox goals.