I think it’s worth asking what in your company culture allowed this to happen.

But good management isn’t just about getting more output from your team in fewer hours.

It should include:

  • Developing each team member to advance in their career, whether that is head of design, project manager, cto, etc. It means giving them goals outside their productivity skillset and giving them set times in a week to develop those skills. A goal without time is wishful thinking.
  • Allowing all problems and issues in a project to be heard without encouraging a culture of interruption for anyone.
  • Protecting all team members from burn out.
  • Developing team bonding, even in remote workers.
  • Training and encouraging staff to give away their legos, to allow for growth.

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@atomicbutterfly is a digital product designer, consultant, parrot mama, runner, and carb lover. Also on http://wyld.media/blog/

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