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Leadership vs Management
Leadership and management are sets of behaviour crucial to any organisation.
Equally important yet fundamentally different, many organisations hire managers assuming they know how to both lead and manage individuals or teams. As a result they risk losing hard-working staff.
In senior positions, it can be unavoidable to take on both leadership and management roles. Switching from one role to another must be a conscious and deliberate decision; and that can be only done when the difference in between the two us fully understood. This enhances clarity and efficiency between the two roles.
This 1.5-hour workshop is for those executives who want to
Further understand the key distinction between management and leadership
- Hear about the risks associated with mixing the two roles
- Gain the knowledge necessary to make sure they maintain the two roles separate
- Avoid over managing and under leading
Tuesday, 1 October 2019
The Beacon Conference Room,
Level 5, 60 Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand
Please get familiar with the area before you arrive. Street parking is available on Parnell Rise. Secure parking in Wilson Carparks.