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Differences between a Leader and a Manager

Differences between a Leader and a Manager

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  • Leadership Managers vs. Leaders WHO IS A LEADER?DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A MANAGER AND LEADER DO ORGANIZATIONS NEED BOTH?
  • Leadership is the art of mobilizing others to want to struggle for shared aspirations. Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner
  • A SUCCESSFUL LEADERis a powerful personalityis a self-confident personis a charismaticindividualhas the ability to formone-on-one relationshipsknows how to identifyhis/her strength andweaknessesdisplays high level ofoptimism and confidence
  • Leadership is about reducing fear and increasing hope.It`s inspiring and demonstrating that you care about the people who follow you.
  • Manager vs. LeaderManagement is doing things right; leadership is doing right things. Peter Drucker
  • Lexical Definition Manager Leader a person responsible for  a person who leads, controlling or commands a group of administering an people, especially the organization or group of head of a country, an staff; organization; a person who controls the professional and  a person who rules, business activities of a guides, or inspires performer etc.; others etc.;
  • Differences (1)Managers manage people. Leaders lead people.Managers navigate the roads to Leaders set destinations. get there.Managers cultivate creating Leaders cultivate change. stability.Managers set plans with details. Leaders set direction.
  • Differences (2) Differences (2) Oversees the current  Wants to create the process well future Must achieve balance  Needs to make change Thinks execution  Thinks ideas Comfortable with control  Welcomes risks Managers avoid conflict  Leaders use conflict Managers go on the  Leaders set new existing roads direction
  • Do organizations need both?
  • YES As you can see managers and leaders are twodifferent people. Smart organizations value both and work hard to make each a part of their team.