Manage Process Lead People

Many managers are ‘promoted’ because of longevity, loyalty and results achieved by using their technical ability. The challenge is that this generally comes with a totally new responsibility; leading other people.

When managers rely on the same skill set they used to produce these results they soon feel stressed, disempowered and overwhelmed. They start to doubt their abilities and in some cases their results diminish.

We call them ‘managers’ but we want them to ‘lead’. People are not machines. We need to manage process and lead people. In this presentation Grant will show you how.

Manage Process Lead People

21st Century Neuroleadership for the VUCA World

Many managers are ‘promoted’ because of longevity, loyalty and results achieved by using their technical ability. The challenge is that this generally comes with a totally new responsibility; leading other people.

When managers rely on the same skill set they used to produce these results they soon feel stressed, disempowered and overwhelmed. They start to doubt their abilities and in some cases their results diminish.

We call them ‘managers’ but we want them to ‘lead’. People are not machines. We need to manage process and lead people. In this presentation Grant will show you how.