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If you ask an average manager in any organisation around the world what his/her job is, the answer you will almost certainly get will be various articulations of the same core idea about management.

reconsider how we think about management

If you ask an average manager in any organisation around the world what his/her job is, the answer you will almost certainly get will be various articulations of the same core idea about management.

The Leadership Process Blog Post

If you ask an average manager in any organisation around the world what his/her job is, the answer you will almost certainly get will be various articulations of the same core idea about management.

intent critical for leadership

If you ask an average manager in any organisation around the world what his/her job is, the answer you will almost certainly get will be various articulations of the same core idea about management.

Empowerment and growth is, of course, an essential part of effective leadership. Whenever I train a new group of leaders however, I have to spend a lot of time helping leaders expand their thinking about what growth in a work environment involves.

Very often, the relationship between employer and employees is viewed as a market exchange, or as a trade. We typically think of employment as a buying and selling relationship; as an exchange of X units of labor for Y amount of monetary compensation.

Traditional Leadership Models

The bespectacled retiree now works at Ilima Trust, a public benefit organization in South Africa that aims to impart their collective knowledge, skills and experience to others. With the goal of improving their capacity to meet the demands of their roles, the Trust aims to enable people to achieve their purpose.

If you ask an average manager in any organisation around the world what his/her job is, the answer you will almost certainly get will be various articulations of the same core idea about management.

What we refer to as “modern” management was established in the early years of the 20th Century and has remained largely unchanged for the last 100 years.