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🎙 What’s new on the Supermanagers podcast
- Culture Is A Competitive Advantage: How to Approach The Changing Psychology of The Workforce with Steve Cadigan, Author and Talent Strategist
- Becoming a Genius Maker: Liz Wiseman’s Approach to Multiplying Your Team’s Potential with Liz Wiseman, Author and CEO of The Wiseman Group
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🎙Takeaways from the Supermanagers podcast
Episode #133: Steve Cadigan, Author, and Talent Strategist
TLDR: As CHRO of Linkedin when it grew from 400-4,000+ employees, Steve Cadigan knows a thing or two about hiring executive talent. But even the best make mistakes…
Steve shared his biggest mistake in hiring executive talent – Linkedin focused too heavily on candidates who had managed billion-dollar companies rather than those who had built them from the ground up. Steve realized that managing billion-dollar companies doesn’t necessarily translate to success in a high-growth startup environment. Instead, he found that leaders who had built functions from scratch were better equipped to handle the unique challenges and opportunities that came with scaling businesses. Steve’s insight is a valuable lesson for anyone looking to build a strong executive team. When hiring for leadership roles, it’s important to consider not just the candidate’s past successes but also the specific skills and experiences that will help them thrive in your company’s current and future environment.
Episode #134: Liz Wiseman, Author and CEO of The Wiseman Group
TLDR: Do you find that you are the last one to leave work? You could be overutilizing yourself while underutilizing your team. Liz dives into tactical management advice, being a multiplier versus a diminisher, and the problem with people who are too helpful. Liz Wiseman is an in leadership development and the CEO of The Wiseman Group, a leadership research and development firm, and the author of several bestselling books, including “Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter.” With over two decades of experience, Liz has worked with leaders at organizations such as Apple, Disney, Intel, and Nike, helping them to develop their leadership skills and drive organizational success. Liz shares how to become a genius maker and offers a self-evaluation exercise to ensure that you aren’t an accidental diminisher.
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