Leadership and Management Presentation Brief overview of leadership and management concepts
Introduction to Leadership and Management Leadership and management are important concepts for organizations and teams. Leaders provide vision and direction, while managers focus on planning, organizing and controlling resources to achieve goals. This slide will provide an overview of key differences and similarities between leadership and management.
Deﬁnitions Risks vs Results Leaders take risks for change. Managers minimize risks for stability. Management The process of dealing with or controlling things or people. Vision vs Execution Leaders set vision and direction. Managers execute plans to achieve goals. Leaders vs Managers Leaders motivate and inspire change. Managers maintain order and consistency. Key Differences Leadership focuses on inﬂuence, inspiration, and innovation. Management focuses on planning, budgeting, and problem-solving. Leadership The activity of leading a group of people or an organization or the ability to do this.
Leadership Styles Democratic Leaders allow complete participation by team. Autocratic Leader dictates plan, assigns tasks, and supervises closely. Laissez-Faire Leader gives little direction. Team is empowered to make decisions. There are several well-known leadership styles, each with its own strengths. The right style depends on the situation.
Management Functions Planning Determining the organization's goals and deciding how best to achieve them. Organizing Arranging tasks, people, and other resources to carry out the plans. Leading Guiding and motivating others to achieve organizational goals. Controlling Monitoring progress and performance, identifying issues, and making adjustments.
Effective Leadership Qualities Empathy Leaders with empathy can understand different perspectives and connect with team members. Decisiveness Leaders need to assess options and make timely decisions with conﬁdence. Accountability Leaders hold themselves and team members accountable to achieve goals. Self-Awareness Effective leaders understand their strengths, weaknesses, values, and emotions. Strong Communication Skills Leaders need to clearly articulate goals, provide feedback, and listen to team members.
Growth of a Leader
Tips for Managers Set clear expectations Have regular one-on-one meetings to provide feedback and discuss goals Lead by example Model the behaviors you want to see from your team Encourage open communication Create a psychologically safe environment where team members can share ideas By setting clear expectations, leading by example, and encouraging open communication, managers can be effective leaders.
Examples of Great Leaders Martin Luther King Jr. was a civil rights activist and Baptist minister who played a key role in the American civil rights movement f rom the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. He advocated for nonviolent civil disobedience based on his Christian beliefs. Nelson Mandela was a South Af rican anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader and philanthropist who served as President of South Af rica f rom 1994 to 1999. He was the country's ﬁrst black head of state and the ﬁrst elected in a fully representative democratic election. He is considered the father of modern South Af rica.
Leaders vs Managers Comparison of leadership and management effectiveness (in %) 50% Process management 90% Inspiring 70% Developing talent 60% Planning & Budgeting 80% Strategic thinking
The Future ofLeadership Increase in remote work Shift towards servant leadership Focus on diversity and inclusion Rise of artiﬁcial intelligence in management