1. Keep them involved 2. Push autonomy, but be available 3. Tell them when they're doing well 4. Keep the buzz quotient high ... 5. ... but see the upside of mellow 6. Take them out for lunch 7. Introduce flexible working 8. Promote only talented people 9. Hold a good bash once in a while 10. Do your own job well
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