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Published on May 16, 2009

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Management V.S Leadership : Management V.S Leadership Slide 2: 1 The Leader The Manager Which is more important? What are the key skillsof each type? The Differences Between Leaders and Managers Slide 3: 2 Manage things & Lead people Slide 4: 3 Management vs. Leadership Slide 5: 4 Management Slide 6: 5 Leadership Slide 7: 6 Leadership role: applies to people by provide inspiration, create opportunities, energize people, and make key choices ; sending a value standard messages to people which they then follow or use. If you want to lead employees to very high performance, treat them with great respect and not like robots, thus leading them to treat their work, their customers, each other and their bosses with great respect. Management role: is how to (planning, organizing, directing, reporting, budgeting…). Actually it is focused on effective deployment of resources, systems, and processes, 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... Role Slide 8: 7 Focus Slide 9: 8 Skills Slide 10: 9 characterization Slide 11: 10 Leadership & Management Synergy Slide 12: 11 Traditional Functions Of Management Slide 13: 12 Values Ability Motivation Communication Mission Vision Goals Team- building Creati- vity Ethical Decision- making Diversity Mgmt. Communication is the bridge between effective management and leadership Business Functional Areas Slide 14: 13 Key concept: Management is working in the system, leadership is working on the system. Managers gain authority by position, leaders gain it by influence & character. Every manager should be a leader, and every leader must know management. Both Leadership and Management Functions are important to maximize the opportunities for success. Questions : 14 Questions

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