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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
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Key behaviors of Google Managers


Some of the key behaviors of Google Managers that are rated by their team members (paraphrased from a HBR blog article):

  • delivers difficult feedback constructively
  • gives actionable feedback that helps subordinate improve performance
  • does not micromanage
  • regularly shares relevant information from his/her manager and senior leadership
  • helps reportee understand how his/her work impacts the organization
  • has regular 1:1s
  • has the technical expertise required to effectively manage reportee
  • talks about all aspects of career development - not just promotions
  • has a meaningful discussion with subordinate about his/her career development in the past six months.
Following the rating, each manager gets detailed pointers on applying the semiannual feedback and developing essential skills -practical guidance that traditional 360s generally lack.


Google which has more than 37,000 employees, has just 5,000 managers, 1,000 directors, and 100 vice presidents

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