Making the transition from employee to manager isn't always easy. What makes a good boss? What kind of skills does a manager need for a team to thrive?
Google may just have some answers. The company has spent more than a decade studying management techniques in order to determine the most common behaviors of effective bosses. Its Project Oxygen, launched in 2008, identified the top 10 behaviors of the company's highest-performing managers.
Here are the top 10 behaviors of the best managers at Google: