Highly Effective and Respected Managers are Playing Chess, not Checkers 

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Whether you’re new to managing a team or looking to improve your leadership skills, the nuances of leading others can be tricky to navigate. And the importance of being a great manager isn’t just a platitude from business books—data from Google (which conducts in-depth research on how to make teams perform as well as possible) found that teams with good managers happier and more productive. In this piece, we’ll dive deeper into three key characteristics that can help you to be a more effective manager.

Trait #1: Chess—not checkers—skills


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