4 Key Actions
to
Effectively Manage
a
New Team

How to consistently achieve goals with confidence and clarity

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Are you feeling any of these?

  • Overwhelmed with everything that is to come as a new manager?
  • Concerned about what your new management chain will ask you to do?
  • Uncertain how to balance your priorities with those of everyone else?
  • Skeptical of your ability to effectively lead your new team?
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Download the Guide and learn:

  • 4 key actions that can help you move from uncertainty to clarity
  • How to deal with your feelings of overwhelm, concern, and uncertainty
  • Guideposts to help you move forward
  • How to feel confident as you join your new team
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A different way to approach problems and decisions that helps me bring my whole self

James - Senior Software Engineer

His mentoring and advice have changed how I approach my world 

Yamin - Lead Software Engineer
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Hey there! I’m Michael, and what I’ve most enjoyed over my career is helping software leaders—those who are forming teams around them, whether consciously or not—to create teams where each person feels:

  • VALUED: for who they are; for the unique gifts and experiences they bring; for their contributions, however niche or non-standard those may be.
  • SAFE: to be who they are; to speak the truth they’re experiencing; to ask for what they really need.
  • COMFORTABLE: being who they are; speaking the truth they’re experiencing; asking for what they really need.
  • TRANSPARENT: about what is going on for them; about potential issues they foresee or are worried about; about all the things we aren’t “supposed” to talk about.
  • CONFIDENT: that everyone else really does value them; that everyone else really does have their best interest at heart; that everyone else really is trying their best.

Whether you are building tools and apps for internal use, or packaged software and services aimed at business or consumers; whether you are a tiny startup, a mid-size company, or a megacorp, I consistently find that teams focused on these are not only more effective and more consistent at meeting their goals, they are happier and more joyful as well!