Master of Synergies




VadiK teachings Vadim Kotelnikov


Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo VadiK

Inventor Business e-Coach

Author Innoball

Founder Innompic Games icon



Synergize your leadership and management roles





Lead to create a great future for your firm.

Manage to increase performance of business systems.

Lead change, manage operations, and synergize your leadership and management roles.


Leadership-Management Synergy know where to go and know how VadiK




Resulting Synergy


Provide vision

Employee Empowerment

Provide resources

Pursue opportunities

Strategic Achievement

Reduce risks




Lead improvisation

Jazz of Innovation

Provide structure

Do right things


Do things right



Vadim Kotelnikov quotes Innovators vs Managers Innovators succeed by breaking rules managers follow rules  

Management-Leadership synergy is the key to effective corporate and project management. Most effective managers are also outstanding leaders.






Leader      Leader 360    Modern Management


between Your Leadership
and Management Roles

Leadership role: to provide inspiration, create opportunities, energize people, and make key choices

Management role: to make things happen and keep work on track; to supervise endless details and engage in complex interactions that are routinely part of any development


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Leadership and Management: a Difference and Synergy

To maximize your long-term success you should strive to be both a manager and a leader and to synergize their functions. Merely possessing management skills is no longer sufficient for success as an executive in today's business world. You need to understand the differences between managing and leading and know how to integrate the two roles to achieve organizational success.

As a manager, you must make sure that a job gets done, and as a leader, you must care about and focus on the people who do the job. To integrate and synergise management and leadership, therefore, demands a delicate balance between a calculated and logical focus on (1) visioning, energizing employees, and a genuine concern for them as people (leadership), and (2) organizational processes (management).  >>>



References: 1. We Have Lots of Managers... We Need Leaders, Patrick L. Townsend and Joan E. Gebhardt