What is the difference between leadership and management? It’s a question everyone is asking. Type it into Google and you’ll receive just over two hundred million results. If you ask me, I’ll tell you that leadership is conceptual, management is tactical and there’s a strong demand in today’s culture for great leaders.
Check out this video if you have employees who seem disengaged! A recent Gallup poll revealed that 71 percent of Millennials are either not engaged, or actively disengaged, at work. Furthermore, six in 10 millennials say they’re open to different job opportunities, and only 50 percent plan to be with their company in 12 months. Another Gallup poll revealed that 72 percent of Millennials who strongly agree that their manager helps them set performance goals are engaged. In this video, Jeff Ruby, Founder & CEO of RedRock Leadership, addresses a concern one of his clients had about an employee who seemed to be cutting her day short.
Yes, you read that right. There truly are five generations in the workplace today, and it’s presenting unique challenges for emerging growth business owners and leaders. Each generation brings with it its own unique view of the world and the workplace. What makes this even more challenging is the frantic pace of change we are experiencing – it affects not only our business culture, but our everyday lives. How are business owners supposed to grow their companies and build strong teams with these challenges?
In this recorded webinar, Jeff talks about how gone are the days of carrot and stick motivation and micro-management. Today’s business environment calls for leaders who can nurture intrinsic motivation and autonomy. During this session, leaders and managers will learn how to motivate their teams to solve their own complex problems. With this, they will realize a higher level of emotional intelligence within their organization. A higher level of emotional intelligence signifies that people are encouraged and inspired. Check out this recorded webinar and discover the value intrinsic motivation, learn to be a leader who inspires others to be the best they can be and create an environment of accountability and trust.