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The presentation was from the Business as Mutual conference held at Anglia Ruskin University on 12th September 2012. To find out more visit www.businessasmutual.co.uk

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  • 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.
  • Leadership forum

    1. 1. Business As Mutual, September 2012
    2. 2.  Damien Ribbans, General Manager, Suffolk Circle Claire Nunes, Centre Director, Relate (Cambridge) Kate Bosley, Heart of Kent Hospice
    3. 3. “Management is essentially about resources,leadership is essentially about people” Debra Allcock-Tyler, 2006
    4. 4. Debra Allcock-Tyler, 2006
    5. 5.  What do you want to do better? What actions are you going to take? “I will know I have improved my leadership skills……”
    6. 6. I suppose leadership at one time meantmuscles; but today it means getting along withpeople. Mahatma Ghandi

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