Intros to each of us.What we hope participants will get out of the session:An insight into leadership and its role within your own organisationsSome thought provoking discussionAn action plan to take away
Show of hands, Record on flipchart.Who is a manager?Who is a manager and a leader?Who wants to be a leader?Try to extract instinctual thoughts, not too much lead in just ask the question.
GROUPWORK – Come up with a definition of management, and a definition of leadership.Share some examples, highlight the differences. Share quote once groupwork has finished to crystallise the differences.Debra Allcock-Tyler: CEO, Directory of Social Change.
Same groups, top three qualities a leader needs. Record on flipchart. Highlight the main points from the earlier quotes – managers manage resources, leaders lead peopleIf time, relate to Social Enterprise (where managers also have to be leaders potentially). Can one person be both?
People now complete action plans.Share a few examples, especially around the last point
Show of hands, compare to flipchart:Who is a manager?Who is a manager and a leader?Who wants to be a leader?Hopefully these numbers will have changed.
Business As Mutual, September 2012
Damien Ribbans, General Manager, Suffolk Circle Claire Nunes, Centre Director, Relate (Cambridge) Kate Bosley, Heart of Kent Hospice
“Management is essentially about resources,leadership is essentially about people” Debra Allcock-Tyler, 2006