Management vs. Leadership



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Management vs. Leadership

  • Management vs. Leadership

  • Assessing Your Situation

  • Professionalism & Personal Brand

  • Your own Career Path

  • Partnering for Success

  • Keeping it All Together



“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.”

  • “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.”

  • -Peter Drucker



Make sure your team is doing things right…

  • Make sure your team is doing things right…

  • The Nuts & Bolts:

  • Manage Performance & Give Feedback

  • Finding, Growing and Keeping your Staff

  • Coach, Mentor, Hand Hold, Inspire

  • Communicate Up, Down & Sideways. Then do it again.

  • Define & Measure Success



Make sure you are doing the right things...

  • Make sure you are doing the right things...

  • See the Big Picture:

  • Improve the Bottom Line

  • Manage Change

  • Motivate Others

  • Coach for Success

  • Manage Up, Down & Sideways

  • Listen

  • Take Risks



All while you are juggling competing resources…

  • All while you are juggling competing resources…

  • Time

  • Budget

  • People at work

  • Other people in your life





  • And performing miracles…



Never enough time, money or hands

  • Never enough time, money or hands

  • Get used to change.

  • You are in a role others want

  • Your reputation is everything

  • Be patient

  • You have a tremendous support network







Self assessment

  • Self assessment

  • Skill inventory

  • Coaching & Feedback

  • Professional Development

  • Mentors



Team player

  • Team player

  • Good attitude

  • Go-getter

  • Problem solver

  • Capable

  • Responsible

  • Effective



  • “A set of learned behaviors that enable you to command attention.”

  • Joshua Ehrlich, Harvard Business Review, December, 2011



Gravitas

  • Gravitas

  • Confidence

  • Poise under pressure

  • The “Wow” factor

  • Speaking skills

  • Assertiveness

  • Ability to read an audience or situation

  • Appearance

  • Body Language



Managing yourself is managing relationships

  • Managing yourself is managing relationships

  • It’s a small, small world

  • You never know who is going to be your boss or your subordinate in the future

  • We work in the relationship management business

  • Professionalism pays off



Ability to lead a team of peers

  • Ability to lead a team of peers

  • Build broad networks, external and internal

  • Engage in beneficial partnerships

  • Manage cross-cultural demands

  • Foster communications

  • Emotional control, including transcending self interest



Do your homework



Maximize found time: hallways, before other meeting attendees arrive

  • Maximize found time: hallways, before other meeting attendees arrive

  • Have a good work story on hand at all times – a new initiative, a task accomplished, positive feedback

  • Know your brand and be your own cheerleader

  • Keep a kudos file



Focus on the big picture

  • Focus on the big picture

  • Stay positive

    • Make the best out of a bad situation
    • It probably won’t last forever
  • Get out before you self-destruct



Build a fan base

  • Build a fan base

  • Have a great attitude

  • Be a team player

  • Don’t burn bridges

  • Be nice

  • No whining



Jumps or moves?

  • Jumps or moves?

  • Your “Brand”

  • Have a plan



Current trends

  • Current trends

  • Know the competition

  • Know the market rate

  • How do you compare?



No time to learn the craft

  • No time to learn the craft

  • No stories of success

  • Your reputation precedes you

  • Red flag to hiring managers

  • Hard to undo your track record

  • Goals falter, bottom line goes down





  • What gets in the way?



First things first

  • First things first

  • Personally and professionally

  • Individual activity





Just Say No List

  • Just Say No List



Meeting inventory

  • Meeting inventory

  • Meeting facilitation techniques

  • Delegation

  • Sacred time

  • Shorten meeting times

  • Use decision making model – and have a clear “driver”



Management vs. Leadership

  • Management vs. Leadership

  • Assessing Your Situation

  • Professionalism & Personal Brand

  • Your own Career Path

  • Partnering for Success

  • Keeping it All Together



Amy Bronson

  • Amy Bronson

  • Executive Director, Advancement Resources & Strategic Talent Management

  • Boston University, Office of Development & Alumni Relations

  • 617-353-6298

  • abronson@bu.edu

  • http://www.bu.edu/dar-talent/

  • Thanks to:

  • Sarah (Pierson) Beaulieau

  • Founder of The Enliven Project and Senior Advisor, Opportunity Nation

  • Anne M. Berry

  • Senior Associate

  • Washburn & McGoldrick, Inc.

  • Anne M. Berry

  • Senior Associate

  • Washburn & McGoldrick, Inc.



Do You Have Executive Presence?

  • Do You Have Executive Presence?

  • http://www.forbes.com/sites/jennagoudreau/2012/10/29/do-you-have-executive-presence/

  • Developing Executive Presence; Joshua Ehrlich, Harvard Business Review, December, 2011

  • Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay

  • 26 Engagement Strategies for Busy Managers

  • Beverly Kay and Sharon Jordan-Evans

  • Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 3rd Ed.

  • The People First Approach: A Guide to Recruiting, Developing and Retaining the Right People

  • Jon Derek Croteau, Ed.D.

  • Publisher: CASE, 2009

  • Effective Measures: The Return on Investing in Talent Management

  • Edited by Jon Derek Croteau, Ed.D.

  • Publisher: CASE, 2012

  • http:// www.humanresources.about.com





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