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Neuberger and Company, Inc. | Baltimore, MD and Washington, D.C.

LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

Leadership isn’t the result of any particular management process - It's not an extension of the manager's authority as defined by the corporate hierarchy. It's the manner by which a process is implemented—the attitudinal qualities the manager brings to everyday interactions

Successful managers must be able to effectively...

  • Support corporate initiatives through the accomplishment of department goals.
  • Channel their people’s efforts in the appropriate directions in order to accomplish those goals.
  • Acquire specialized knowledge and skills relevant to managing people and helping them accomplish predictable results.

Effective leaders must build on those managerial skills, plus...

  • Have an instinctual understanding about human nature, and why people act the way that they do.
  • Be able to observe their peoples’ behavior, analyze and respond to it in an objective, supportive, and constructive manner.
  • Encourage, enable and recognize their people for their performance.