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Managers are important to get the leaders dream in motion. Also leaders tend to be more influentual where as managers are strictly business.

Managers maintain the status quo and leaders challenge it

Leaders are the visionaries and managers carry out that vision

There are distinct differences between being a manager and being a leader

Active listening is such a critical tool & one that I catch myself constantly having to willfully practice. 

I found that this was a great training to help me with a PDLP.

I inherently distrust people I suspect of being inauthentic, & distrust impulses away from inauthenticity in myself, so naturally I think authenticity is paramount in leadership. 

I think being a leader that you have to set the stage for your employees. Everyone has a different mindset on how their job or role should be performed. However, being a leader it is our responsibility to assure that the structure is there from the start, and make sure if we see a struggle that we are there to assist them during that time.

I feel that being a leader you must have self-awarness, but in the mean time also have to have transparency, and be able to handle any given obstacle at any minute. 

I think that active listening is a fundamental skill for effective leadership. When you give your full attention to an employee and truly listen to what they have to say, you demonstrate respect, empathy, and understanding. This not only fosters trust and rapport but also allows you to gain valuable insights into the thoughts, concerns, and ideas of your team members. By being all ears and genuinely hearing them out, you create an environment where employees feel valued and supported, which is essential for maintaining morale and fostering a positive work culture.

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