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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Julie Zhuo. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Julie Zhuo, often where they are interviewed.

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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Julie Zhuo. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Julie Zhuo, often where they are interviewed.

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TBT 'How to Work Under Pressure and Manage Anxiety' Julie Zhuo, VP of Product Design at Facebook

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TBT 'How to Work Under Pressure and Manage Anxiety' Julie Zhuo, VP of Product Design at Facebook

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Sep 03 2020 · 6mins
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The Founders' List: Julie Zhuo (Former VP Product Design at Facebook & Co-Founder of Inspirit) on "How to be Strategic"

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This is The Founders' List - audio versions of essays from technology’s most important leaders, selected by the founder community.

This essay was written and published on Oct 2, 2018 by Julie Zhuo, Former VP Product Design at Facebook & Co-Founder of Inspirit. Read the full article on Medium here:

https://medium.com/the-year-of-the-looking-glass/how-to-be-strategic-f6630a44f86b
Aug 24 2020 · 7mins

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Julie Zhuo (Inspirit) - How to Learn from Users

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Julie Zhuo is the co-founder of Inspirit, an advisory firm that partners with fast-scaling tech companies to build and scale products that people love. Prior to founding Inspirit, she was the VP of design and research for the Facebook app, and helped scale the service from 8 million users to over 2 billion. She is also the author of The Making of a Manager, a field guide for new managers that was named one of Amazon's Best Business and Leadership Books of 2019. In this talk, she focuses on how to channel user feedback into impactful product decisions, and also shares some powerful lessons about how to become a successful manager.

Jun 24 2020 · 46mins
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Best of MTC: Julie Zhuo, Co-Founder of Inspirit, Previously VP of Product Design at Facebook

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Best of MTC: Julie Zhuo, Co-Founder of Inspirit, Previously VP of Product Design at Facebook; Bestselling Author of The Making of a Manager

www.linktr.ee/meetthecreativesny 

Jun 10 2020 · 33mins

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EP 51 - How to manage your team with Julie Zhuo

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Julie was most recently VP of design and research for the Facebook app, where she helped scale the service from 8 million users to over 2 billion in her 13 years there. She has worked on products spanning News Feed and Stories, Groups, video, commerce and Workplace. Julie is the author of a field guide for new managers, The Making of a Manager, an instant Wall Street Journal bestseller and one of Amazon's Best Business and Leadership Books of 2019. Julie graduated with a computer science degree from Stanford University.

Apr 02 2020 · 34mins
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Holiday Re-Release: The Making of a Manager with Julie Zhuo

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As the end of the year approaches, we are re-releasing our top podcasts from 2019. Please enjoy our conversation with Julie Zhuo, VP of Product Design at Facebook, as she reveals practical advice on how managers can help their teams achieve greater outcomes. 

Dec 31 2019 · 46mins
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Episode #81 Julie Zhuo

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Understand Your Role as Manager | Join Facebook Vice President and bestselling author of The Making of a Manager: What to do When Everyone Looks to You, Julie Zhou, as she shares her insight on how managers can get better outcomes from a group of people working together.

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Dec 17 2019 · 34mins
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Julie Zhuo, VP of Product Design at Facebook; Bestselling Author of The Making of a Manager

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Julie Zhuo, VP of Product Design at Facebook; Bestselling Author of The Making of a Manager

www.Linktr.ee/MeettheCreativesNY
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Nov 08 2019 · 35mins
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075: Making of a Manager with Julie Zhuo

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This week I’d like to introduce you to Julie Zhuo. Julie is the VP of Product Design at Facebook and the author of the new book, The Making of a Manager: What To Do When Everyone Looks to You. Julie was also the first ever intern at Facebook in 2006. Yes, that’s right! And now she's VP of Product Design. It's her job to make Facebook look great.

I first met Julie almost a year ago at the Watermark Conference for Women in Silicon Valley, an event where a bunch of smart, powerful, and successful women come together to brainstorm how to take over the world. I joined Julie for a panel about “managing up,” which is basically making the people ahead of you or above you, on the organizational chart, happier. During our conversation, I was excited to learn she was writing a book about managers and knew immediately I wanted to have her on the podcast as a guest when her book came out. And, well, here we are!

On today's episode, Julie and I talk about the difference between managers and leaders, as well as organizational trust. Plus, we tackle a topic that we've tackled on the show before, but Julie has some pretty specific ideas around it; and that's feedback. So if you're interested in hearing about managers, leaders, and some nuanced ideas about feedback, then sit back and listen to this episode of Let’s Fix Work.

In this episode, you’ll hear:
  1. What inspired Julie to write the book, “Making of a Manager” 
  2. Why people overcomplicate the world of management
  3. How and why the lines between manager and therapist seem to be blurred these days
  4. The difference between leadership and management 
  5. About the point in Julie’s career when she moved from manager to leader and how she knew she actually made the jump
  6. The three things that managers should be thinking about about every day
  7. How Julie’s book can be helpful for professionals who don't have access to management or leadership training; plus she answers the question, “Do you need to take classes in order to be a good manager?”
  8. About how our culture doesn't know how to give feedback, discerning the good from the bad, and what great feedback looks like
Resources from this episode:

The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You

Power Players: the most important Facebook execs you've never heard of

Julie Zhuo’s morning routine

Julie Zhuo on LinkedIn

Julie’s website

Watermark Conference for Women

Laurie on Instagram

Read more from Laurie

Work with Laurie

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Sep 09 2019 · 25mins
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132: The Making of a Manager with Julie Zhuo

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In her book, The Making of a Manager: What To Do When Everyone Looks To You
, author Julie Zhuo takes us back to the childhood lemonade stand in a way
that flipped a major “aha” lightbulb switch for me.

As the founder of a budding business, you might be the best at making
lemonade, or at least think you are, even as you hire helpers to (wo)man
the stand. But if you only ever make lemonade you’ll only be serving an
additive role in your business. Instead, if you hire a small team and teach
them how to make the lemonade, even if they’re not quite as skilled as you
at first, you’ll be serving a multiplicative role.

You serving as a multiplier in your business means exponential returns are
possible (including exponentially reducing your time). But most of us
aren’t handed a manual on how to become an effective manager of other
people—we learn by fumbling through the job. In this conversation, Julie
and I dig into the three P’s of people management: people, process, and
purpose—and it’s a good idea to create a user guide to . . . you!

Download a copy of Julie’s sample user guide below (or if you’re viewing
this in a podcast player view full show notes at
http://pivotmethod.com/132).
Sep 01 2019 ·
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