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Google has learned more about managers since the original Project Oxygen research study in 2008. As the company has grown, we found that Googlers rely on their managers to make clear decisions and facilitate collaboration across teams.
Bring meaning to your team’s work. Check out this re:Work tool on how to set and communicate a team vision with your team.
Managers have a big influence on the culture and happiness of the workplace. Hear from Google’s manager development team on how they select, train, and support managers.
There’s no question that managers matter to your organization: research shows that managers can significantly impact business outcomes and the employee experience. Develop and support your managers with these tools from re:Work.
Managers matter a lot and can have a huge impact on employee performance. Learn how Google came to terms with this and sought to make every manager at Google awesome.
For the California Government Operations Agency, creating a training curriculum for the state’s 30,000 managers was a top priority.
This National Small Business Week, we celebrate the millions of small and mighty businesses who are innovating and driving the economy around the world. Find out what re:Work offers to help you make great people decisions for your company.
The IRS employs 84,000 people — from mailroom clerks to tax law experts — and the Service works to make sure that managers and employees are able to communicate effectively using inclusive behaviors.
A team of Google researchers set out to prove that managers didn't matter. Their research didn't go as expected and their work changed how Google trains managers. Hear from one of the researchers about what it's really like to be a manager at Google.
Tune in February 2nd at 11am PT to learn from Google's People Development team how Google uses data to support and develop managers. Bring your burning managerial questions to have them answered live on the air.