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2015/01/31 - Leadership Vs Management - Saturday, 31 January 2015

posted Feb 13, 2015, 7:52 AM by Anton Dubov
Whether we are colleagues, project managers or the senior leadership team – those who are most successful in their role are able to manage efficiently and lead effectively.
Peter Drucker, a leadership thinking guru stated: “With the rise of the knowledge worker, “one does not ‘manage’ people. The task is to lead people. And the goal is to make productive the specific strengths and knowledge of every individual.”
Essentially, regardless of your role in the organization we must be able to organize communications or tasks, not just to maximize efficiency, but to nurture skills, develop talent and inspire results.
The Dimensions of Leadership Performance Workshop will give participants the strategies and techniques to lead with ease.

Fairview Library


Saturday, 31 January 2015


10:00 AM to 12:00 PM


Fairview Library

Room # 3, 4th Floor

35 Fairview Mall Dr

Toronto, ON M2J 4S4

Cost:Free for ASME Member and their family

$5.00 for non-ASME Member

Participants will learn:
Leadership vs. Management - Are they really that different?
In our knowledge economy, where value comes increasingly from the knowledge of people, and where workers are no longer undifferentiated cogs in an industrial machine, management and leadership are not easily separated
The Key Foundations of Motivation
As a leader or manager, you play a key role in building on a solid foundation and motivating others - 70% of people leave their boss, not the company.
Navigating Difficult Conversations & Situations
Learn to navigate and approach difficult conversations with tact and diplomacy.
Accountability = Consequences
Understand the fine line between expertise leaders may have in a specific area with the trust those leaders have in the experts they have hired.

Speaker: Corey Atkinson, Performance Training Specialist, Dimensions of Leadership
Corey is a keynote speaker, entrepreneur and leader - who studies, practices and is an expert in captivating groups of people - three or 3,000. A masterful communicator, he uses all the presentation senses – sight, sound, touch – to paint pictures with his words and combine analogies that connect with everyone in the room.