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Involves cooperation of individuals and thus deals with the behavioral components of how people in groups can best work together
The definition focuses on the achievement of common goals
Definition of leadership
The real difference between Manager and Leader
A manager is a title that can be given that signifies a position.
A leader is a title that other people give you.
In many businesses and organizations there are two distinct types of people who are in charge of running companies
Managers want to smooth things out;
leaders want to shake things up.
• Managers think about how to oversee the existing order of things;
leaders think about how to shape the future.
• Managers think about execution;
leaders go for ideas.
• Managers seek control;
leaders seek out risk
.• Managers seek stability and, therefore, prefer to act quickly to solve problems;
leaders handle ambiguity well and can delay closure.
• Managers focus on problem-solving and achieving the results to which the organization is committed;
leaders incite people to think about what could be.
• Managers view work as a process of compromises so that everyone can be a winner;
leaders look for opportunities for large gains at the risk of failure.
• Managers tend to be social but not as emotionally involved;
leaders have high emotional intelligence and empathy.
• Managers send “signals”;
leaders send “messages.”
• Managers focus on following the correct procedures to resolve an issue (the process);
leaders focus on the substance of an issue.
Leadership is a process of getting things done
leadership and Management
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The best word for managers is
The best word for leaders is