Institutional excellence is a result of exemplary leadership. This group is for those currently serving in leadership roles or those who aspire to lead. Group members engage in self-awareness and self-reflection, and discuss the leadership skills necessary to maximize performance outcomes. Members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe.
There are several myths about being a manager.
To me the best example of managment is leading by setting good examples, being fair and recognizing those that perform well
I can certainly agree with the idea being afraid to fail m team or my students in my role. But I will also say my fear of failure is a strength because I care about not only my own success but theirs as individuals as well. I have never been one to volunteer to be team leader, but I also understand that sometimes you have to do what is necessary even if it pulls you out of your introvert comfort zone.
This is a general discussion forum for the following learning topic:
Do You Manage Or Lead? --> Management or Leadership
Post what you've learned about this topic and how you intend to apply it. Feel free to post questions and comments too.
Do You Manage Or Lead? --> Leadership
Do You Manage Or Lead? --> Management
"This course has been instrumental in helping me realize that effective leadership and management go hand in hand. It has taught me that one cannot be a good leader without being a good manager, and vice versa. The two roles are complementary and intertwined, and success in either role requires skills and qualities that are essential in both."
I am both a leader and manager
I learned that it takes both managerial and leadership skills to be a good leader. I often thought that being a leader was better than being a manager, but it is actually both that can make you a strong leader.
The various types of leadership are interesting to me because I always felt leadership was based on personal style. But to truly be effective the leadership must be based on the given situation.
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