Start what she should be doing and what she should NOT be doing As you can imagine she has learned a huge amount from this experience especially her NOT be doing As you can imagine she has learned a huge amount from this
experience especially her mistakes This book is a really approachable guide for m 45 stars While I especially her mistakes This book is a really approachable guide for m 45 stars While I new to the world of management books I really enjoyed this and tabbed it like crazy I now I ll be returning to this over the next several months if not years It s inspiring and honest motivational and exciting Let s do something great after all as Zhuo ends with the journey is only 1% done Really love this bookThe Making of a Manager by Julie Zhuo is my first book about business managementI ve read one article by Julie Zhuo but I didn t realize it was really her until my colleague told me that this is the same personI really am glad that I got the chance to read this book The author has become a manager when she was 25 and had no idea what to do and where she should start with Just imagine a lot of experiences she gained from the start especially her mistakesThis book really an easy read It s like listening to someone sharing their experiences But you can learn a lot from this book if you re leading a team big or small Some topics discussed in this book are 1 Leadership2 Skills
on how to be people manager3 Building trust4 Having one on one session and many I hope how to be people manager3 Building trust4 Having one on one session and many I hope will pick up this book if you are looking for something about business management and people around you in your organization Thank you Pansing for sending me a copy of The Making of a Manager in return for an honest review This book is available in all good bookstores. Don’t hide thorny problems from your own manager; you’re better off seeking help uickly and honestly· Before you fire someone for failure to collaborate figure out if the problem is temperamental or just a lack of training or coaching· Don’t offer critical feedback in a ‘compliment sandwich’ – there’s a better wayIf you’re looking to be promoted or in your first decade of management this is your go to gui. I d highly recommend reading Julie Zhuo s The Making of a Manager It s the perfect resource for new managers and experienced managers looking to improve their leadership skillsJulie s style is clear fun and extremely relatable I loved the examples she provides and the illustrations that go with themThe book covers topics such as The true definition of management
What To Do During Your to do during your few months in the job How to develop trust with your
direct reports How to prepare for meetings and what type of uestions to ask Best practices to exchange feedback with your reports How to prepare for meetings and what type of uestions to ask Best practices to exchange feedback with your reports The importance of self awareness and getting over the imposter syndrome Designing your team intentionally and hiring the right people Mastering the art of delegation and processes Investing in a positive team culture The importance of developing a gro This was a 35 book There were a couple chapters I felt were uite valuable and many that I had 0 notes for This is a great book for anyone in a managerial position or aspiring to fulfill one It is also great for anyone working in a team or collaborative environment which is almost anyone I found the advice practical and down to earth The author did not use structured terms but rather ept the tone conversational and approachableHighly recommend it for anyone working in fast paced dynamic environment who wishes to be a good leader and team member The management book I ve been looking for Whereas most management books are written by CEOs and sometimes stuffy authoritarian types Julie Zhou writes this for the newbie manager with an accessi. No idea what you're doing No problem Good managers are made not borne Facebook VP Julie Zhuo remembers the moment when she was asked to lead a team She felt like she’d won the golden ticket until reality came crashing in She was just 25 and had barely any experience being managed let alone managing othersHer co workers became her employees overnight and she faced a series of anxiety inducing firsts including agonising ov.
Julie Zhuo ✓ 6 ReadBle conversational tone Practical advice you can immediately put to use is peppered with anecdotes from Julie s baby steps in managementI d recommend this for new managers and anyone looking to baby steps in managementI d recommend this for new managers and anyone looking to if management is for them or
notI received an advance copy from the publisher via Netgalley for review consideration Could find lot ofreceived an advance copy from the publisher via Netgalley for review consideration Could find lot of in this book for myself Enjoyed book simpliest way how to talk about important things Julie does not go deep into topics but rather provides a solid checklist build on her long experience as a manager in Facebook70% or is about people skills and process of building a teamThere are some interesting ideas that could be implemented Overall a solid book targeted to junior to mid level managers Excellent new release Clear and succinct delivery undoubtedly useful for the target audience I would look at it as a remastered High Output Management by Andy Grove aimed a the modern age new managersThe downside is that is premised on a setting that is hardly universal Most examples would resonate if you are working in a for the lack of better term white collar job possibly in tech sector But if you are exposed to managing teams in a blue collar environment some of the advice may ring less trueStill there are pearls of practical wisdom in here So I would strongly recommend giving this read a go I admit I wasn t aware of Julie Zhuo before hearing about this book but now I am her biggest fan Zhuo is the VP Product Design at Facebook having successfully worked her way up the ranks She first became a manager at 25 and wasn t sure where to. Er whether to hire an interviewee; seeking the respect of reports who were cleverer than her; and having to fire someone she liked Like most first time managers she wasn’t given any formal training and had no resources to turn to for help It took her years to find her way but now she’s offering you the short cut to successThis is the book she wishes she had on day one Here she offers practical accessible advice like·. ,