In this webcast, we will look at how to create a balance between using leadership and management skills as a practitioner in any workplace.
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In today’s business world, it is necessary to have entrepreneurial zeal, leadership vision, and operational excellence/detail skills. Knowledge workers face extraordinary pressures to both innovate and manage and control processes. Rates of change, industry consolidation and growth requirements all contribute to the increased demands tied to day-to-day performance and increased ambiguity on when to use certain skills. These pressures have us looking at reassessing the Leader-Manager mode for Knowledge Workers.
In this webcast, we will look at how to create a balance between using leadership and management skills as a practitioner in any workplace. The reality is you, during any given business day, will have to use both regardless of your role. Understanding what leaders do, why they do it, and when they do it, is as important to understand management and when/where to manage. The worst thing you can do is mix your uses, manage when you should be leading or leading when you should be managing. Take the time you need to invest in the skills you must have to get things done in complex work environments.
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