Course ID: BLBM

Striking the Right Balance Between Leadership and Management – Adapting Your Behaviors to Succeed at Short and Long-Term Objectives

A balance of short-term profitability and long-term viability are important objectives of any well-run organization. This course will provide invaluable tips for striking the right balance between the distinct, yet complementary, actions of pushing people to do what needs done in the moment and pulling people to want to strategically do them. (Available in 2 or 4 hour format)

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the important differences between being a short-term manager and a long-term leader in an organization
  • Explain how to strike the right balance between supporting achievement entity-wide goals
  • Apply behaviors to enhance the likelihood of an organization’s success

Major Topics

  • Differentiating between managing and leading behaviors
  • Pinpointing your own personal traits that need strengthening
  • Learning how to adapt behaviors to specific circumstances
  • Becoming a catalyst for positive change
  • Overcoming barriers to success

Who Should Attend

Public accountants, industry accountants, internal auditors and others with management or leadership responsibilities

Fields of Study

Business Management & Organization




Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits




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