It’s so easy to confuse leadership with management. They overlap, certainly. But they don’t always happen together.
Management is essentially getting things done, getting people to do the right things, and making sure the job gets accomplished. It’s a good, worthy goal.
Leadership, on the other hand, includes some qualities much harder to quantify. Leadership often means giving hope.
Joseph Lalonde writes about this…
Getting things done and advancing is critical to being seen as a good leader. Leaders are people who move others to the next stage of life.
However, that’s not where leadership stops. And you’ll have challenges getting your people to that next stage if you’re missing something.
Leaders run into trouble when they fail to give people hope.
You have to be the beacon of hope that shows them there’s still more to come.
Joseph talks about how to do this as well.
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