“Leadership is a behavior, not a position or a title.”
Leadership is, traditionally, often seen as more as managing, as giving people instructions, and is much more focused on the work itself. Leadership in a nowadays frame is more about the person being led.
There are times when you will need to get instructions and show people the way, but managing is not leading. That is a task given by the leader.
Leadership has nothing to do with hierarchical upwards progression from manager role into the role of a leader. Leadership is non-hierarchical. So, you can be a leader if you’re not managing. If you’re not managing another person, it’s about influencing, it’s about relationship.
However, being a part of organizational structure at different hierarchical levels, gives you a slightly different context, requires a bit different perspectives and skill set.
We designed two highly customizable programs that help leaders:
- feel confident and competent in a variety of leadership challenges
- recognize and develop potential of their team members
- form a climate for achieving top results
- benefit from the influence they make and deserve to be followed