Management and Leadership
By Gregory Lewis
Manager vs. Leader
“When you’re a manager, you work for your company. When you’re a leader, your company works for you.”
System and Structure
How / When?
What / Why?
Translating and analyzing strategic plan
Establishing short-term goals
Creating course of actions
Aligning activities and recourses
Determining financial needs and limits
Establishing time lines
Selecting staff for the projects
Establishing standard performance and techniques
Promoting company rules and standards
Coordinating responsibilities and authority
Communicating goals and necessary processes to subordinates in the formal approach.
Controlling information flow
Monitoring ongoing processes
Keeping records and analyses
Measuring success and Making decisions
Correcting and Rewording according to measurable results
Follows company rules, regulations and commands of upper authorities
Providing team with directions
Focusing on long-term perspectives
Creating strong relationships with a team by building trust and respect: knowing team and its individuals
presenting yourself as a member of the team
demonstrating integrity, personal involvement and drive
demonstrating high level of expertise and self-confidence Motivating subordinates to effort voluntary commitment and teamwork: Clarifying the big picture
Translating company success to individual benefits and potentials Setting examples
Introducing useful changes and creative ideas
Encouraging learning and growing by presenting expertise and personal commitment in the training process.
Acknowledging individuals achievements and Rewording for success Recognizing individuals weaknesses and Helping with improvement Exercising leadership behaviors and styles according to followers characteristics and environmental factors
Authoritarian (autocratic )
What to do
How to do (Leader)
What to do
How to do (Leader + Team Members)
More Knowledge and Skills
What to do
How to do (Team)
Organization Benefits from Leading Managers
“Good management is the art of making problems so interesting and their solutions so constructive that everyone wants to get to work and deal with them”
Higher Product Quality
Better Customer Service
Self - Maintenance
“A goal without a plan
is just a wish.”
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
“Whenever you see a
someone once made a
decision.” ― Peter F.
make it, if we do it
as a team.”
- Adrian Brown
“A leader is one who
knows the way, goes the
way, and shows the
way.” – John C. Maxwell
“The results you achieve will
be in direct proportion to the
effort you apply.”
— Denis Waitley
What to do? How to do?
How much or How little?
Possible to accomplish.
Why are we doing this? (Company, Personal)
When it has to be completed?
Expectations and Organizational Performance.
Effectiveness and Efficiency
References: Bateman, T. S., & Snell, S.A. (2011)
Management: Leading & collaborating in a
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