Efficiency is the name of the game at Agents of Efficiency (obviously) so we’re making it even more efficient for you to improve your business. Every week, we sort through all the boring stuff to bring you the best tips from the wide world of the web. For this week’s #2tips4tues, we examine ways to be a better boss.
At Fast Company, Khatera Sahibzada offered this advice: “A key to curbing biases is to develop awareness and insight into them. The Implicit Association Test, for example, is one such tool to help uncover unconscious beliefs. Many organizations such as Google, Microsoft, and Facebook have in fact developed training programs to help employees develop this insight.”
Leif Walcutt examined “Saturday Night Live” for leadership tips at Forbes: “When Executive Producer Lorne Michaels picks people for the SNL writing room, he knows everyone has a distinct voice and style. Being able to harness a group’s diverse strengths will aid the creative process.”