Leading vs. Managing

Leading pertains to one’s ability to drive, influence, and motivate others to achieve a certain objective. On the other hand, managing is more about ensuring that work is done and organizational goals are achieved. An individual can be a good manager but not a good leader and vice versa. So, which one is better? This session helps leaders to identify their abilities.
Public Speaker

COURSE OUTCOMES

At the end of this program, participants will:

  • Understand the concept of managing and leading.

  • Distintinguish between a manager and a leader.

  • Identify specific responsibilities of a manager and that of a leader.

  • Combine managerial and leadership abilities to achieve the best results.

  • Know and implement  the psychology of managing and leading people.

MORE INFO

The training program includes:

  • A pre-engagement call with the speaker

  • 60 - 90 minute interactive, live session

  • Optional 15 - 30 minute presentation

  • Q&A