#bestmanagerever Newsletter Issue 1

Every two weeks, we scour the internet and send you the most impactful leadership resources we can find—for free.


Welcome to the #bestmanagerever newsletter, where we supply you with tools, content, and other resources to become (you guessed it) the best manager ever. If you haven’t already, hit this subscribe link to have future issues delivered directly to your inbox every two weeks.

Enough chit-chat; let’s dive in. Managers, this is for you 👇

Read this:

Hosting a meaningful 1:1 with every employee every week is tough to do. That is, unless you have a framework to make it easier.

If your 1:1s with direct reports could use a revamp, read this.

Watch this:

Every leader has things they can do better. Whatever those things are for you, you can likely find a million-and-one methods for improvement, none of which will work if you’re lacking one key thing: Belief in your ability to change. 

If you want scientific evidence to prove that you can grow as a leader, watch this.

Check this out:

Trust is an essential ingredient to any manager/report relationship. Without it, success becomes exponentially more difficult. So how do you build trust? Start by making commitments.

If you’re unsure what commitments you can make to your team to foster trust, check this out (this too).

Try this:

Work is stressful. You know what isn’t? Campfires by the lake.

If you need some time to relax and reset (alone or as a team), try this

Get this:

Have you missed a meeting because you completely spaced it? Or arrived late because you couldn’t find the right link? How about because you missed a reminder notification? 

If you answered yes to any of those questions, or if you just want a simple tool to help you stay on top of your calendar, get this.

Oh, and don’t forget this.

See you 'round the 🔥 ,


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