So when it comes to how leadership doesn't equal management, below the line is reactive and dictator.
"A reactive leader is someone is constantly reacting, never responding to challenges. They're constantly putting fires without thinking about the cause of the fire," says Matt.
"They're always stressed out, worried, dealing with challenges coming up that they're not prepared for."
Always busy. Overwhelmed.
At this level, a reactive leader doesn't really think structurally, which means they put Band Aids, not lasting solutions, on things.
Then there's the dictator.
"A dictator is someone who becomes more confident in the face of challenges but is pointing the finger all the time," says Matt.
"Unlike a reactive leader who avoids challenge head on, a dictator doesn't mind challenge but doesn't do well when it comes to communication or giving and receiving feedback."
A dictator has an unresourceful emotional point of view where when they're stressed out or there's a problem inside the team, they look for someone else to blame.
"Could be they point the finger at an individual who is 'most likely the problem' or they blame the outside world or upper management. They're always looking for faults in something," says Matt.
Their feedback is not about growth, but discipline.
These two levels equal really bad management.