We’ve all heard the old adage, “employees don’t leave companies, they leave managers,” but this saying is quick to point the finger without recognizing the underlying need for better manager support. Time and time again, we’ve seen that the success of managers is one of the greatest indicators of success for an organization. Despite being asked to wear more ‘hats’ than ever, managers are underwater, short on time, and lack the support they need.
The challenges of the modern work world demand that managers master both the emotional and the logistical, the transactional, and the interpersonal. That’s not going to change, but what can change – what has to change – is the training, ongoing support, and tools we can provide managers to face these challenges.
Over the coming months, we’ll explore new ways for HR teams to support your teams by redefining what it means to be a manager. Consider this a central hub for resources to help you develop your managers, better support your employees, and ultimately inspire a ripple of change within your company.
Learning doesn’t stop when employees move up the ranks. Give managers access to ongoing coaching to support their people and drive engagement across the entire organization.
For managers, every interaction is an opportunity to make their team more engaged. See how Culture Amp can help you empower your managers with performance insights and conversational micro-learning. Give managers the tools to make the most of every opportunity.Learn more about Amplify
We’re introducing a collection of new capabilities to equip managers to lead in today’s work environment and have a greater positive impact on their teams.Read more
What are the benefits of manager training programs and how do you get started? We answer these questions and more.Read more
In this episode, Damon and Simon explore what an “infinite mindset organization” looks like, what makes a great leader, and how we can go from being "know-it-alls" to being "learn-it-alls".Listen
Sheela Subramanian, Senior Director of Strategic Planning and Programs
Managers have a lot of responsibilities to juggle and not enough time. Here are five tips to help managers balance development and deliverables.Read more
Do you dread conflict? Do you find yourself getting defensive rather than working towards a win-win solution? This podcast from LifeLabs Learning talks about the skill of uncovering underlying interests in a challenging conversation.Listen
Join Culture Amp and practitioners from around the globe as we explore how people leaders can empower and enable managers to shape the employee experience for the future workplace.Register
1-on-1 meetings are a manager’s opportunity to build engagement, morale, and trust between individual contributors and the larger organization.
Equip your managers to have meaningful conversations with direct reports that lead to closer alignment, stronger connections, and better performance.Watch