Chief Alchemist - Business Consulting For The 21st Century Via A Holistic & Intelligent Approach
Share ChiefAlchemist.com. RSS 2.0 feed for ChiefAlchemist.com. Sign up for the mailing list. Follow Chief Alchemist on Twitter. 'Like' the Chief Alchemist's page on Facebook. See what Chief Alchemist has been Q&A'ing on Quora. Chief Alchemist bookmarks & highlights on Diigo.com. Follow the Chief Alchemist on Digg.com. Chief Alchemist channel on Last.fm. Chief Alchemist on Flickr. Mark 'Chief Alchemist' Simchock on LinkedIn. Free Initial Consultation. Email Chief Alchemist. Phone Chief Alchemist.
  • Mark ‘Chief Alchemist’ Simchock
  • 'Email me.Email => ca .at. ChiefAlchemist .dot. com
  • 'Phone me.Alchemy United => 732 997-0028
  •  
  • Free initial consultation.Free => Initial Consultation
  • Please be sure to subscribe to your communication channels of choice.
  • Click To Close => The small green (consultation), red (email) or blue (phone) icons in the top upper right.
CURRENT “TOP 10” TOPICS TOOLS CLIENTS & PROJECTS SOURCES SEARCH HIDE
Business Consulting For The 21st Century Via A Holistic & Intelligent Approach

Managers v Leaders

Consumed => “Three Differences Between Managers and Leaders” by Vineet Nayar on HBR.

http://blogs.hbr.org/hbr/nayar/2013/08/tests-of-a-leadership-transiti.html

=> My value add (i.e., left a comment)…

I believe one of the key difference is that leaders are mostly proactive. That is they constantly try to anticipate and influence what is on the horizon.

It should be noted that just because no one / few are following you, doesn’t mean you are a bad / ineffective leader. Every path through the woods has an originator. By the time you see the path that originator is often long gone. That is, who you are following might not necessarily be your leader.

Managers on the other hand are reactive. They take what’s in front of them and manage it.

With managers, there’s also a point of diminishing return. Bad managers are the ones who wait too long and are constantly swayed by details that should have been addressed sooner (rather than later). That is, a good manager should have some ability to think like a leader.

Required.
Will not be published. Required.
Please include http://