In most companies, the CEO is paid many multiples of a manager's salary.
Which is why Haydn says we treat leaders (defined as people who's to-do list can't be accomplished in a week) as the varsity squad, with managers (those executing the day-to-day operations) as jr. varsity.
In this episode, Seth and Haydn break down:
--why to be a manager
--what happens when someone moves up in a company without having to do the "blocking and tackling" of management
--what to do if you're good at leadership, but have to handle management first
--the one key behavior shared by almost all great managers