How to be a leader and not a manager

How to be a leader and not a manager

How does Management and Leadership differ?

Managers tend to delegate tasks to employees who work for them (sometimes relying on positional power) whereas leaders set out to inspire their team who in turn want to follow their leader and believe in their company goals etc.

Just because you hold the title of manager doesn’t automatically make you a leader.We all like to think we are natural leadership qualities, however leadership isn’t something you just ‘have’ – this is a skill that needs to be worked on, developing over time.

Three areas that are key to leadership are;

motivation, vision and communication.

Leaders tend to have great motivation, a clear and positive vision and are very good at communicating.

Leaders are regularly positive and focussed on ensuring the people around them understand the vision and embrace it. Managers on the other hand, tend to have a vision, and tell people to either agree with it, or lump it!

At the Ride High Development Centre our management workshops help managers develop leadership skills, learning how to inspire and motivate others to believe in the goals of the organisation.

For details of all our training programmes, click here.

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