John Maxwell once said, “A manager says go, but a leader says let's go.” And someone once remarked, "When I talk to managers, I get the feeling that they are important. When I talk to leaders, I get the feeling that I am important."
The relationship between leadership and management has been debated about for decades, many of us have had bosses who are great managers in the practical sense, but not great leaders. On the flip side, the world has seen many great inspiring visionary leaders who had extraordinarily little actual management skill. Arguably, the best leader or manager would be one who possesses both attributes.
But how do we cultivate these characteristics in ourselves?
How do we balance and maintain the skills and methodologies of management along with the deeper qualities and characteristics of leadership?
In this course, we are going to teach you how to do exactly that.