How to behave like a leader ( number 23)

We spent an enormous amount of time thrashing out a common understanding of the type of management behaviour we wanted to model and the type of manager the organisation wanted/ needed. What we identified was that the organisation was rather confused about the type of managers it wanted claiming to want leaders with good people skills who could inspire staff and who were innovators and would challenge the status quo but then rewarding management behaviour that was focused on budgets, performance and just getting on with it. 

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