Management vs Leadership
Date: Friday, November 09, 2018
Location: London Marriott Hotel County Hall, London County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7PB
Sign In: 8:30 AM
Session: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Phone: 0131 556 4270
The assumption that a Manager will also make a Leader has landed many organisations with issues. Moving people into management roles by progression is fraught with dangers. Promoting people because they have been in the job for a period of time or because they are good at the job often leads to performance issues. Carrying out a functional role, being a manager and leading, require very different attributes and skills.
This session will look at the difference between managing and leading. What are the characteristics of a manager, and beyond management, what characteristics does a leader need? Defining the characteristics and competencies of a manager and a leader will enable organisations to develop their people to succeed as managers and leaders rather than set them up for failure. Paul Bridle will show how leadership has evolved and provide a framework that people can use to identify where they should be spending their time.
This session covers:
- How and why Leadership has and will continue to evolve and adapt,
- The importance of both management and leadership and getting the balance right,
- A framework to enable managers to evaluate what the business needs from them, both as a manager and a leader.
Participants will be able to:
- Differentiate management and leadership in their job,
- Use the framework provided to evaluate and improve their performance.
Paul Bridle is the world’s foremost leadership methodologist. For over 20 years, he has studied successful businesses and organizations, focusing on the people who lead them. His research has helped him determine the mindset—and methodology—required to become a successful leader.
Trying to make sense of the latest business trends can be a daunting task. Paul has identified the way successful businesses operate to ensure future success and contexualized the information so it’s much easier to understand. His global perspective, combined with personal research, leads to practical ideas people can actually use to improve their leadership and management skills.
Paul’s presentations are enlightening, exciting, inspirational and informative. He presents the results of his years of research in a way that allows audiences to discover the true qualities of a leader and measure themselves against those standards. Audience members leave with practical tools to improve their leadership ability in their organization.