As anyone who works in Learning and Development can tell you, the laundry list of requests has grown longer in recent years, particularly in the area of manager enablement. Inevitably HR comes to a crossroads: is it best to build internally or partner with an external vendor to train and develop leaders?
For many of us, it’s that time of year – performance review season!
The Mintable’s Expert Speaker Series returned this month, featuring the incredible Marie-Claire (MC) Dean, Head of Product at The Mintable, who shared practical ways for managers to cultivate resilience. The series is a membership feature we offer to our community of managers. We partner with world-class speakers to deliver content that inspires, informs and educates on the topics that matter most.
Raise your hand if your company promotes star individual contributors to managers. Awesome, we love internal mobility!
Here at The Mintable, we partner with HR and People teams and executives to give their managers the training, tools, and community to succeed – so that everyone else can too. One of the core parts of our offering is practical, cohort-based learning programs.These programs build and reinforce the right soft skills managers need at stages of the management journey.
When managers join The Mintable, our cohort-based training is just the start of their development. They also become a member of our global community – a place they can go when they’re dealing with the tough day-to-day stuff. It’s basically a brains-trust of ambitious peers with the advice and resources to ensure their learning journeys never end.
In this blog series, Manager Moment, we shine a spotlight on managers from our community. Being a manager is a tough job aaaaand it’s a really meaningful one. Some of us have been lucky enough to have a manager who changed the trajectory of our careers.
The Mintable recently launched a new membership feature – The Mintable Expert Speaker Series. We’re bringing some incredible speakers to our community who have real-life experience and know how to inspire, inform, and educate managers on what matters most.
One of the best parts of my job as Head of Community at The Mintable is the opportunity I get to speak with our community of Mintable Managers based all over the world. Each one comes to the table with a unique way of approaching their role inspiring their teams to do their best work.
Here at The Mintable, our cohort-based learning programs are just the beginning of every manager’s learning journey. One of the best parts about our global community of ambitious managers is the ready access to advice. We recently asked our Mintable Managers to share their reccos for the books that have been the most impactful in their roles as managers.
When you’re supporting a newly promoted manager, you want to set them up for success so that they can develop into a confident, effective leader and amplify performance and culture. And arguably the most critical stage to support newly promoted managers is right at the beginning when they are transitioning to the role. But what are the key areas new managers need the most support in?
People strive to become managers for a number of reasons ranging from impact to compensation and everything in between. Given the varied motivations for the role, it can be tricky as an HR partner to implement programs to make managers successful. We’re here to help.
For my co-founder, Mel Miller, and I, starting The Mintable was the culmination of everything we’ve succeeded at, failed at, and believed deeply.
In this webinar, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Justin Angsuwat, Chief People Officer at Blackbird, and former CPO at Thumbtack, to talk through the crazy conditions that HR, execs and founders are dealing with right now. Our objective was to provide our audience with very practical ways for handling these unprecedented times of change and stress and making sure their teams feel supported and motivated. We had a great conversation with a ton of input and questions from our audience.
Sometime in the last 20 years, the word “manager” has turned into the 4-letter-word of the business world. Everyone is now a “leader,” a “head of,” a “supervisor,” or a “team lead.” Even “boss” has made a comeback. People will do just about anything to not use the word “manager.”
The Mintable was recently profiled by Tess Bennett, technology reporter with The Australian Financial Review.
- We’ve raised a total of US$6M in funding led by Blackbird
- We’ve hired an AMAZING Head of Product, Marie-Claire Dean, who joins us from Google and Atlassian
- We’ve launched a brand new platform and we’re expanding our membership offerings available to both individual managers looking to accelerate their careers and talent-minded organizations investing in their teams.
As a manager, have you ever had a horrible, terrible, no good, very bad day?