“The goal of leadership is to create an alignment of strengths making weaknesses irrelevant.” (Peter Drucker)
We make the distinction in this program between leading and managing. Simply put, leaders lead people, managers manage things. We recognize that both are important to being effective. However, our focus in this program is on leadership.
Organizations, employees, clients and shareholders depend on their leaders to guide their growth, promote their brand, and build the organization’s culture.’ In short, they depend on their leaders to do two things: make judgements and communicate the path that leads to the best outcomes for all.