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What is the difference between leadership and management?

The difference between a leader and a manager is essentially this:

  1. Leaders set and communicate goals and they inspire others to achieve them.
  2. Managers organise the achievement of the goals by the most efficient use of the team's skills, money and technology.
Leaders are people who work at the head of a team

The definition of a leader

Leaders are people who work at the head of a team:- the leaders are primarily responsible for the creation and the communication of a clear purpose (the vision), and they have the ability to inspire people to willingly work to achieve it.

What do leaders do?

  • The leaders set the direction of the organisation
  • They decide the broad strategy
  • They select the members of the top-level management teams
  • Leaders communicate the goal and inspire others to achieve them
  • Leaders act as a figurehead, for the rest of the team
  • Leaders exemplify the key attributes they wish to see in the rest of the organisation
  • Leaders take responsibility for the success or failure of the whole operation

The skills you need to effectively lead people are:

  1. Clarity of purpose
  2. Goal setting
  3. Strategic planning
  4. Highly skilled communicator
  5. Role model
  6. Inspirational
  7. Self-confident
  8. Emotionally resilient

Examples of great leaders:

  • Winston Churchill
  • Florence Nightingale
  • Martin Luther King
  • Queen Elizabeth II
A manager is a member of a team, who achieves the goals set out by the leadership

The definition of a manager is:

A manager is a member of a team, primarily responsible for organising the plans and resources that will efficiently achieve the goals set out by the leadership.

What do managers do?

Managers take the goal given to them by the leadership and they turn goals into practical plans.
Managers implement the plans; organise the staff, the technology and the money in ways intended to achieve the goal in the most efficient manner possible.

The skills you need to be a great manager are:

  1. Goal setting
  2. Problem solver
  3. Delegation
  4. Planning
  5. Handle details
  6. Prioritisation
  7. Performance management
  8. Conflict management
  9. Motivation

Find out how we can make you a better leader and manager

Whether you are a chief executive, a team leader or a project manager, day to day, you are problem solving.

The problem you need to solve is: How to get the best performance from every member of your team.

The team performance never exceeds the Leadership performance.
Therefore, the fastest way to improve team performance is to improve the leadership style.

This is where we can help you

There are many leadership courses and development training programmes on the market, but not all of them will provide you with a good learning experience.

Most management training courses use old material (such as Maslow's hierarchy of needs) or out-of-date techniques (such as N.L.P from the 1980s).

In contrast, our leadership training courses are unique, because they contain new, state-of-the-art personal development and leadership system, that will allow you to lead and manage your people more effectively than you ever thought possible.

Although everyone is unique, we share one thing in common: we are all human

With our courses you'll learn how to get the best performance from every member of your team.

As you know, managing people is not easy, because everyone possesses a unique identity. We each have our personal motivations and interests. But although everyone is unique, we all share one thing in common; we are all human.

The Universal Success Principles - U.S.Ps

Because we are all human, we have a lot in common. These commonalities are called, Universal principles. There is a set of universal principles that apply to everyone, everywhere, all the time, simply because we are human, and we have a lot in common with each other.

In all fields of human endeavour (including leadership and management) there is a set of Universal Success Principles - U.S.Ps.

The purpose of Universal Principles is to describe and prescribe successful human action.

There are success principles which, if followed, will produce: good health, effective communication, good economics, harmonious human relationships, efficient time management, excellent leadership-management and motivation.

Our leadership and management training sets out and explains the Universal Success Principles that produce excellence in leadership and management

Your knowledge and application of these Success Principles will determine the level of success you can achieve.

If you don't know these principles, or if you violate them, then your actions will be counterproductive, and you will be doomed to failure.
On the other hand, if you learn and apply the success principles, then your actions are consistent with human nature and, by the law of cause and effect, you must succeed.

On this course you will learn the universal success principles of leadership and management.
Leaders and managers share the same universal goal, which is to harness the full productive capacity of the team and use it to achieve the organisation's mission.

Follow the U.S.Ps and by the law of cause and effect, you mst succeed.

This is why you should attend this unique two-day leadership development programme.

You will cover the following topics:

Introductions

The role of Universal Success Principles

What is the difference between leadership vs management?

The six U.S.Ps of leadership and management

  1. Clarity of purpose: Goal setting is the starting point of all achievement
  2. Communication skills: How to communicate with clarity, reason and positive emotion
  3. Rational planning: Time management, prioritisation, problem solving, decision making
  4. Rational conflict management and performance management training
  5. Self-development: Personal awareness, self-control, self-discipline
  6. Inspirational leadership development training: How to inspire others into action

What are the next steps?

  1. Read the full description of the course - available here
  2. Identify your most convenient course venue and date - see all dates and locations
  3. Reserve your place on the course - book now