As a founder or CEO in your business, your priority is to ensure that your team's output meets expectations. Managing people effectively starts with a combination of having the right skills, tools, and attitude to ensure your team performs as expected. In this episode, I’ll discuss how founders can move from managing to leading their teams.
The Hire Breakthrough Podcast
Moving From Manager To Leader
Take the breakdown out of your hiring breakthrough.
If you're new to business or have a very early startup, you may be managing everything and everyone, including yourself.
But to truly grow and eventually scale your business and company, you will need to put on the leadership hat.
It is common for people to confuse the roles of manager and leader.
While they overlap, a fine line separates a manager from a leader that must be recognized.
The most important part is to accept that fact and to do things moving forward to change that.
As a founder or CEO in your business, your priority is to ensure that your team's output meets expectations.
Managing people effectively starts with a combination of having the right skills, tools, and attitude to ensure your team performs as expected.
But it should not stop there.
As you manage your team, you will realize that simply being in that position is not enough to win them over.
They require someone who will motivate and inspire them to be their best selves.
Otherwise, they will not find meaning in their work and will seek it elsewhere.
Before that time comes, you must step up and become more of a leader than a manager.
You may have started as a good manager, but if you want your team to exceed expectations and achieve more, you must begin the transition from manager to leader.
In this episode, you'll learn the difference between being a manager and a leader and how to take your steps toward moving from being a manager and becoming a leader.
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