Be it Fear or futility, Those pesky employees aren’t telling you everything. Claire Lew looks at why and gives you actionable advice on how to build a better work culture. For more talks, check out businessofsoftware.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/business-of-software/message
Talking through pandemic productivity, Clubhouse, and making work a happier place with Claire Lew
Talking Through It
In this week’s episode of Talking Through It, Neal Sáles-Griffin talks with Claire Lew, CEO of Know Your Team. Today’s Topics:Hitting a pandemic wallRobinhoodClubhouseAddressing toxicityPositive workplacesThis Week’s Startups To Watch:FrankRosecrans VenturesTechstars personnel and/or guests who speak in this podcast express their own opinions, and not the opinion of either Techstars or any company discussed in this podcast. This podcast is for informational purposes only, and should not be relied upon as legal, business, investment, or tax advice. You should consult your own advisers as to those matters. References to any securities are for illustrative and/or informational purposes only and do not constitute an investment recommendation or offer to provide investment advisory services. Furthermore, this content is not directed at nor intended for use by any investor or prospective investor, and may not under any circumstances be relied upon when making a decision to invest in any fund managed by Techstars. Certain of Techstars funds own (or may own in the future) securities in some of the companies discussed in this podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MicroConf Refresh Episode 7: An Unconventional Business: 10,000 Users, One-time Pricing, & a Two-Person Team with Claire Lew
MicroConf On Air
MicroConf 2016 Claire Lew has run an unconventional business – this is the story of how she created a profitable, bootstrapped software company that has over 10,000+ people using our product, on a their-time pricing model, with just a two-person team. How do we they it? She’ll share our unconventional approach, why they chose it, and the greatest lessons they've learned along the way. MicroConf Connect ➡️ http://microconfconnect.com Twitter ➡️ https://twitter.com/MicroConf E-mail ➡️ email@example.com MicroConf 2020 Headline Partners Stripe https://stripe.com Twitter ➡️ https://twitter.com/Stripe Basecamp https://basecamp.com Twitter ➡️ https://twitter.com/Basecamp
For the past 10 years, Claire Lew has been shaping businesses in the background. She founded Know Your Team to help leaders become better at leadership by focusing on topics that most of us overlook: how to give honest feedback, how to nurture your talent and how to run a team effectively. In this conversation, we go deep on what prevents us from becoming great leaders and what we should do about it. BONUS: Claire shares her framework on how to give feedback that inspires action.
Managing a remote work doesn't have to be scary, but it is harder than you think. Claire Lew has everything you need to know to get off to a good start. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We spoke to Claire Lew, CEO of Know Your Team. Know Your Team is a software tool that helps more than 15,000 people in 25 countries become better leaders and work with their teams better. Claire's writing has been published on Harvard Business Review, CNBC, Business Insider, Inc, Fortune and more. Full transcript: http://ex.pn/levelup
Ep 13 - How to become happier at work with Claire Lew
The Purpose Playbook Podcast
Shownotes Hands down, the #1 question we get is “How can I find more purpose at work?” Many people spend the majority of their waking hours working, so it’s no surprise that feeling miserable or disengaged at work can have a tremendous impact on your broader wellbeing. This is exactly why I am so thrilled to introduce you to Claire Lew. She is the CEO of Know Your Team, a software tool that helps business owners and managers build happier, more productive companies. Claire’s personal mission is to help people become happier at work and she has partnered with organizations in over 24 countries, including household names like Airbnb, Kickstarter, and Medium. In this episode, we talk about Claire’s personal story--of how an introvert became a leadership expert. We talk about big broad topics like overcoming fear around career decisions, as well as tactical tips like how to approach a tough conversation with your manager. Claire draws on personal experience as well as all the incredible data she has collected through Know Your Team, and I personally walked away with so many insightful takeaways from our conversation. #PurposePlays from this episode: If you’re looking to experience more happiness and purpose at work, start by asking yourself the question: What conditions in a work environment do I need to do my best work? Once you have a clear answer to this question, it will be a lot easier for you to ask for what you need. When going into the conversation with your manager, always be mindful about sharing context. The number one reason managers may get defensive is because they are misreading your intention, so be as CLEAR as possible about why you’re asking for something or why you’re sharing certain feedback. Find an outlet for processing emotions that is embodied vs. cerebral. Make time for this activity, even (rather, especially) when you don’t feel like it. If you have trouble with this consider doing it for others instead of yourself: if you give yourself time to indulge in this activity, you will become a better person/mother/colleague/employee/etc. Links Personal Website Instagram Twitter Know Your Team Website The Heartbeat Podcast Favorite book: The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge
SUMMARYClaire Lew, CEO of Know Your Team (one of our favorite products) discusses how they aim to educate, inspire and empower managers to become better leaders.GUESTClaire Lew, CEO of Know Your TeamHIGHLIGHTS Remote work can bring out the worst in managers Know Your Team origin story The three biggest skills of successful leaders What is the one thing you wished you’d learned earlier as a leader? LINKS Know Your Team Know Your Team’s Guide to Managing Remote Teams Don’t Let Remote Leadership Bring out the Worst in You Workshop Live! Online Leadership Workshops The Heartbeat Podcast
Ep 6: The Accidental Bad Manager (with Claire Lew)
Business of Software Podcast
This week on the BoS Podcast we have Claire Lew - professor of entrepreneurship at Northwestern University and CEO of Know Your Team (a software tool that helps managers become better leaders) - talking about how no one sets out to be a bad boss, but it’s easy to become one. After years of research from 15,000+ people and 25 countries, Claire, shares the biggest, most counter-intuitive mistakes that leaders unintentionally make – and what to do about them. Recorded at Business of Software Europe 2019 in Cambridge, UK. To listen to more talks go to https://businessofsoftware.org/videos--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/business-of-software/message
How To Be A Great Manager – Claire Lew on The Product Experience
The Product Experience
We’ve all had that one manager that we’ll do anything to avoid for the rest of our careers – but have you ever stopped to think if you’re that person for someone else? That’s the question that prompted Claire Lew to start Know Your Team and here she joins us on the podcast to give [...] Read more »The post How To Be A Great Manager – Claire Lew on The Product Experience appeared first on Mind the Product.