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Be a Better Manager

Be a Better Manager

Are you being the best manager you can be? Does your team work together fluidly with each other—as well as the rest of the company?

Rebecca Kalogeris, vice president of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, is joined by Diane Pierson, Pragmatic Institute instructor and product manager extraordinaire, to discuss how to be a great manager and find amazing employees. Finding ways to work with managers with different work styles, making sure roles and responsibilities are clear, and providing a clear structure are a few of the topics they cover in this great podcast. Listen to Diane’s personal experiences and find the best way to become a stellar product manager.

 

 

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