I'm not a manager, but there are a few things I've observed: -Try to make clear what the action items are for your employees. Don't leave them guessing or you will be underwhelmed -Favor iteration over trying to make things perfect. Be patient and calm so that employees aren't afraid to come to you with work-in-progress. Make clear to employees that when there is something to be delivered you don't want to see something perfect you want to see it at 80% so you can provide feedback. -Don't fuck up and say something inappropriate or you will regret it. -Don't visibly favor one employee over another -Flatter slightly for morale but don't go overboard.
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