Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Topic: Leadership & Management Skills (7)

Simple Steps to Transform Your Cultural Vision into Reality

Ana White recently moved to F5 from Microsoft, where she led global HR teams for over 18 years across multiple business units. She joined us at TINYcon to share her best advice for driving real change and promoting positive behaviors at all levels of your organization.

Moz’s Sarah Bird on Transparency, Diversity, and Culture Change

Changing workplace culture is difficult, regardless of the size of the company. Starting as Moz’s eighth employee in 2007, CEO Sarah Bird has led the company to growth, implementing a culture focused on transparency, diversity, and bias to action leadership. But as she told us at TINYcon 2018, it wasn’t easy.

TINYcon Speaker Heather Younger explains the importance of “Leadership with Heart”

To say that Heather Younger, J.D., has a diverse skillset would be an understatement. She’s an in-demand speaker, a Leadership Warrior, one of our favorite authors to cite, and a highly recommended LinkedIn follow. If Heather hadn’t sent along a concise bio for our TINYcon website, I might still be writing it.

Why a 40-hour work week is key to a “work-life circle”

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently gave a fascinating interview to fellow CEO Mathias Döpfner, the CEO of publisher Axel Springer. There’s a lot of interesting revelations in the conversation: Bezos’ tendency to butcher quotes, his approach to criticism, his vision to “move all heavy industry off of Earth” (he’s really into space travel). I recommend reading the transcript. Here’s the quote that stuck out to me: “I get asked about work-life balance all the time. And my view is, that's a debilitating phrase because it implies there's a strict trade-off. And the reality is, if I am happy at home, I come into the office with tremendous energy. And if I am happy at work, I come home with tremendous energy. It actually is a circle; it's not a balance.”

The 2018 Complete Guide to Management Skills

Becoming a manager is tough. Not only do you have your own goals, projects and deadlines to worry about, but now you have to worry about other people’s too. It's a daunting prospect. And if you're reading this, chances are you're new to management and looking for some tips to set you on the right track. If that's the case, congrats - you've come to the right place! Throughout this guide, we'll cover the basic management skills you'll need to be successful. If it seems like a lot to juggle, don't sweat it. Some of these skills you might already have and just need fine tuning in. For the ones you think could use some work, even a few small weekly changes will make a big impact on your team's engagement.

3 Tips to Better Manage your Meetings

It’s Monday morning and you roll into the office, fully caffeinated and brimming with hope of a productive week (ok, I exaggerate-- you’re probably half-asleep and still daydreaming about your weekend). You fire up your computer, give a round of friendly greetings to your colleagues, and turn cheerfully to your calendar to see what the week has in store.

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