Category Archives for Leadership

How well do you Know Your Business? : Self Assessment

Whether you are a general manager, a program manager, or a project manager, you need to a good understanding of all areas of the business in which you work. Even if you carrying out a specialist role with your organization it can only help you perform your role better and assist your career progression, to have a […]

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Management vs. Leadership

You will often hear the words leadership and management used interchangeably, however, leadership and management actually refer to separate concepts. The reason for this confusion is because leaders often need to have management skills, and managers often need to have leadership skills. Wikipedia defines leadership as the “process of social influence in which one person […]

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Lewin’s Styles of Leadership

Wikipedia defines leadership as “process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task.” When we think of different leadership styles more often than not we are in fact thinking of the work of Kurt Lewin. It was Kurt Lewin and his […]

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Time Management for Managers

Time management can be thought of as a problem in supply and demand, for example, you have too much work to do (demand) and not enough time to complete it (supply). There are too few people working on the project (supply) to complete it when needed (demand). The analogy of supply and demand problems extends into […]

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