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The Leadership/Management Mix

Do you know what makes a good manager? What makes a good leader? Is leadership just a fashionable name for management or are the skills of leadership distinctly different? If leadership is different, what’s the best mix of management and leadership? In these challenging times getting it right is even more vital.

Runtime: 18 Minutes
Inclusions:
  • DVD
  • Facilitator’s Guide
  • Self-Study Guide
  • PowerPoint Presentation
Key Learning Points:
  • Learn how to set targets
  • Reviewing progress – how to do it
  • Motivating and developing staff
  • Articulating a vision for the organization
  • Inspiring commitment in your employees
  • Know when to challenge the status quo

$475.00

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What makes a good manager? What makes a good leader?

Is leadership just a fashionable name for management or are the skills of leadership distinctly different? If leadership is different, what’s the best mix of management and leadership?

Everyone with any kind of management responsibility needs both management skills and leadership skills. But the proportion varies – first line managers/team leaders probably need a big dose of management with just a touch of leadership. The further up the organizational hierarchy you go, the more important the leadership side of things becomes. Even the Chief Executive needs a bit of good management, but most of the CEO’s attention is on leadership issues – having a clear vision for where the organization is going, inspiring and engaging people in this vision, and challenging the organization to do things differently in order to achieve the vision.

In these challenging times getting it right is even more vital. Engaging you with the issues, this program helps you gain a better appreciation of what it takes to be more successful as a manager and leader.

Key Learning Points:

  • setting targets
  • reviewing progress
  • motivating and developing
  • articulating a vision
  • inspiring commitment
  • challenging the status quo