How to be a Killer Manager (and how I know I have the best one)
Anna Marie Clifton
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I was fortunate to have a great manager once who genuinely cared not just about my current projects and problems but about what I wanted to do and who I wanted to be 5–10 years down the line. He always asked me that in my 1:1 meetings and would suggest books I can read, workshops/courses I can do to get there. He was always trying hard to set me up for long-term success just as much as he did for short-term!

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