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How to Navigate Collisions Between Leaders and Managers

Leaders change things. Managers stabilize things.

Stagnant organizations need leadership. Chaotic organizations need management.

Tension:

Tension between change agents and stabilizers is inevitable, dynamic, potentially dangerous, and often useful.

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Leadership Development

Sense of progress 5 of 10: catalysts and toxins

The HBR article about the power of small wins that the previous post linked to is a must-read if you’re a manager; it will still be useful if you like building connections between other jobs and teaching (by the way, I… 175 more words

Teaching

Sense of progress 4 of 10: tracking

I have seen this before, so many times – and yet I am always amazed when an idea or text from a seemingly unrelated field becomes just what you need for your lesson, or training session, or a story. 118 more words

Teaching

Managing the Family Budget Isn’t Difficult If You Follow These 10 Rules

Before you decide to buy a house or a car, consider your finances. Does your family budget reflect healthy spending habits? The family budget can be difficult, or it can be simple. 26 more words

Managing the Family Budget Isn’t Difficult If You Follow These 10 Rules

Before you decide to buy a house or a car, consider your finances. Does your family budget reflect healthy spending habits? The family budget can be difficult, or it can be simple. 26 more words

Managing Portfolio and Reputation. Volkswagen Group.

Portfolio and Reputation Of The Volkswagen Groups. 

The Volkswagen Group is the world’s leading automobile manufacture over 120 countries. Volkswagen has a brand portfolio of twelve corporate brands each with their own variety of product brand ranges. 641 more words

Managing Expectations

To loosely paraphrase the writer Charles Dickens, from his novel Great Expectations, ‘suffering is stronger than all other teaching…it will bend and break us with the hope of it being into a better shape’. 550 more words

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