Managing & organising work activity

Determining what is ‘Managing’ and what is ‘Leading’ is important – because they get handled (and coached) differently. There is an overlap of course. It is most important to understand how many leadership behaviours impact on how well tasks are managed and executed – by others. Practice and understanding is important to master routine behaviours – such as conforming to company policy and ethical conduct, inspiring excellence, monitoring and controlling progress, delegating responsibility, empowering others, being well organised and (self) disciplined, managing your own time effectively, and dealing with ambiguity.