Manager, Leader, or Employee? How do you know?

Dear colleagues:

I am reading a new book: Everything is Subject to Finding Success When Life Shifts by Greg Reid.  My attention was intrigued by the idea of time regarding how to identify managers, leaders, or employees.

A leader shows up early, a manager shows up on time, and an employee often arrives late.

Interesting that one’s personal behavior regarding timeliness can suggest whether one is a leader, manager, or employee.

So the question for us to review today is, what kind of person are you?

For anyone who knows me, I am always early.  However I always thought my motivation was regarding my lack of a sense of direction.  I am always early just to ensure I don’t get lost on the way.  I also happen to me a natural born leader, and a terrible manager.  I also own my own company.  Hmmmm.  Isn’t this curious?

I am interested in your story.  What do you think? Which one are you?

My best to your success!

Dr. Cheryl Lentz
The Academic EntrepreneurTM

Fail Faster, Succeed Sooner: The Refractive Thinker Vol 1: Chapter 10


March 27th, 2014 by admin

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