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Management & Leadership Development

Introduction

The difference between management and leadership

There is much debate in current business literature on the differences and relationship between management and leadership. In his book ‘Leading Change’, John Kotter describes the difference:

Managementi s a set of processes that can keep a complicated system of people and technology running smoothly. The most important aspects of management include planning, budgeting, organising, staffing, controlling and problem solving.

Leadership is a set of processes that creates organisations in the first place or adapts them to significantly changing circumstances. Leadership defines what the future should look like, aligns people with that vision and inspires them to make it happen despite the obstacles”

These are useful definitions which distil the essence of both functions. However, they may suggest that the two can be neatly separated when the reality is much less clear. Good management at whatever level involves leadership to a greater or lesser degree, and good leaders need to be able to manage others in order to effect change. It’s more helpful to think of them as on a continuum, which shows the two in combinations of various degrees, as you can see below.

To find out more about our approach, please download a document we have prepared using the link in the right hand box.To find out about what development programmes we can provide, please click on the drop down menus on the left.

The management/leadership continuum

Becuase we don't see that you can separate management and leadership in a role, we use the following continuum to illustrate the relationship between them.

management and leadership continuum

Management, leadership and well-being

An often neglected element of managing and leading well is the need for physical resilience. Physical resilience comes from being in good health, and is a key part of well-being.

The New Economics Foundation (NEF) http://neweconomics.org/, a 'think and do' tank committed to changing conventional economic thinking, define well-being as 'feeling good and functioning well'. They researched well-being in the workplace in 2014. They identified ten different elements that contribute to well-being at work. To check your levels of workplace well-being, download our  Beehive Well-being Balance Wheel here.

'Transforming Safety Behaviours' Prices

‘Human Performance Fundamentals’ One-day  £299 plus VAT
‘Coaching for Safety’ One-day £299 plus VAT
‘Mentoring Apprentices’ One-day £299 plus VAT
Two of the above workshops £549 plus VAT
All three workshops £749 plus VAT
Dinner B&B at Brathay £85 per night

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Organisational Behaviour Change

We have a proven track record in changing behaviours in organisations. 
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Coaching & Mentoring

We’re passionate about coaching and mentoring. 
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Team Development

No international sports team would be expected to perform without practice yet this is often expected of teams in organisations. 
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b.SAFE Behavioural Safety

There is growing recognition of the contribution to safety culture of non-technical training. 
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Management & Leadership

Good management is something that you can DO well; leadership is more about who you ARE. 
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