Lead with Energy

Cashman, Kevin
December 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Dec2010, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p7
The author compares managers with leaders in terms of their approach to work-life balance. He cites that managers use energy as if they are fighting through tough realities while leaders generate energy by building new realities. He adds that managers find ways to manage time so that they could obtain more from employees while leaders try to foster energy by investing more in employees to motivate them. He recommends leaders to increase their resilience and energy when facing challenges.


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