Throughout your day, you're probably going back and forth between managing and…leading. Today, leadership and management are…closely intertwined, because almost all people in leadership roles also manage…people, and projects or functions. Let's explore the important distinctions…between them. The primary goal of leadership is to…produce change and growth. As a leader you envision a better…tomorrow, and design the change that will get the organization from here to there.…The primary goal of management is to produce order and consistency.…
As a manager, you create a stable work environment that is clear and consistent,…so employees can be as productive as possible.…Management was conceived during the industrial revolution.…When factories necessitated organizing the work of large groups of people.…Voila, the birth of the modern manager. Needless to say, there's some natural…tensions between being a manager and being a leader.…Think about your day to day work over the past two weeks.…And identify when you're managing and when you're leading.…
- What is leadership, and when are you leading?
- Mapping your leadership competencies
- Dealing with changing scope and stakes
- Motivating and engaging others
- Increasing team performance
- Developing political acumen
- Creating a culture of trust and integrity
- Developing resilience<br><br>
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