Are you a manager or a leader? In this video, learn the difference between the two and how to become a leader.
- Servant leadership has become…quite a buzz word over the last few years.…The interesting thing is just like scrum itself…it takes a traditional idea of management…and turns it upside down.…Servant leadership is a philosophy…that focuses on ensuring that other people's…highest priority needs are met first.…By adopting servant leadership…you're really giving your team the chance…to work with autonomy.…When you do this the team really cares…about what they're doing.…
So let's take a look at how servant leadership…is different and what that means for you.…Traditional project leadership is management-oriented.…Management means to handle, direct or control.…It's interesting that the one key word…missing from management is the concept of leadership.…In leadership the focus is providing guidance and direction.…I'm sure you've experience the difference…between a manager and a leader.…I sure have.…
I used to have a manager who was explicit…in what I needed to do, when and how.…At the same time, I was never told…why any of it was important.…
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