Leadership Versus Management

I had the good fortune to sit down with Jonathon Abermen, Managing Director of Amplifier Ventures, to discuss leadership versus management. Below is the audio of the interview which was broadcast April 27, 2018, on WFED, Fed Radio 1500. Press the little play button to hear the interview: [sc_embed_player fileurl="https://drivenforward.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/WFED_Leadership_versus_management.mp3"] Transcript of Leadership Versus Management Interview ABERMAN: Glen, thanks for joining us. HELLMAN: Thank you for having me. ABERMAN: Leadership. I think a lot of people think they know what it is, but what is leadership? HELLMAN: So, probably the best way to sum it up is the difference between leadership and management. Management is how you take care of two-year-old children or less. You put up gates, you give them systems, you protect them, but you don’t do anything that’s not under your control. Leadership is, if you haven’t taken your 17-year-old and led them, when they’re out in the car alone, on a Friday night, at ten o’clock, you have failed. You can’t manage 17-year-old when they’re not in your view. Leadership is creating an environment around your team where they behave the way you would want them to if you were there. Leadership scales, management fails. Subscribe to the What’s Working in Washington podcast on...

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Mr Cranky on Leadership Traits

Leadership Traits Mr Cranky has some thoughts on leadership traits. In fact, I have more than one thought. I have all kinds of ideas on all kinds of things. I wonder for instance if a wide receiver is only a wide ceiver until he's caught his second pass. Then and only then can you say he re-peated ceiving or re-ceived. I ponder why I'm the only one fighting to protect our 3rd amendment rights. For years I've tried to find the "I've Been Working on the Railroad," songwriter to ask him if, "Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah. Someone's in the kitchen I know," did he mean he was aware that the person who was in the kitchen with her or did he just know that there was an individual in the kitchen with Dinah and what tipped him off? Was it the fact that Dinah couldn't strum a Banjo?" And then I have some thoughts on Leadership Traits worth sharing. If you list all the great leaders over time, for instance, let's look at just a few: Martin Luther King Gandhi Sheryl Sandberg Nelson Mandela Margaret Thatcher George Washington Abraham Lincoln General George Patton Meg Whitman Winston Churchill You could describe a list of leadership traits that...

Glen Hellman Intentional Leadership Workshop DC

April 19, Intentional Leadership Workshop DC

Join me for an Intentional Leadership Workshop in DC on April 19th (Rescheduled from March 14th snow date). This is an exclusive opportunity to laugh and learn how to improve your career while learning about the neuroscience of creating a high performance culture for your team. Intentional Leadership Workshop DC Intentionality: Leading An Intentional Culture Day: Wednesday Date: April 19, 2017 Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00pm Location: MakeOffices at K Street Address: 1015 15th St NW #600, Washington, DC 20005 As leaders we get the culture we tolerate. What are the steps to create an intentional culture of high performance? The basis of leadership and influencing others depends on understanding that humans make logical decisions illogically. What are the hidden forces that overcome competence, intelligence, and character when choosing our leaders? Learn about the real decision maker of the human mind and the neuroscience behind how to model the behavior to influence others and create loyal, motivated followers. If you run a business, this is a can't miss opportunity. There's no charge for the event and seating is limited. Sign up now on eventbrite.  Seats are reserved on a first come first serve basis. About the Facilitator of Intentional Leadership Workshop DC Glen Hellman is the founder of Driven Forward, an organization that...