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The One Thing You Need to Know: Chapter 2. “Managing and Leading: What’s the Difference?”. Manager vs. Leader. Although the roles may appear to be similar, there is a great deal of difference between the role of a manager and that of a leader. What does a great manager do?.

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The one thing you need to know chapter 2

The One Thing You Need to Know: Chapter 2

“Managing and Leading: What’s the Difference?”


Manager vs leader

Manager vs. Leader

Although the roles may appear to be similar, there is a great deal of difference between the role of a manager and that of a leader.


What does a great manager do

What does a great manager do?

  • be a catalyst (talentperformance)

  • makes people more productive and successful (“helps people grow”) (“coach”)


What does a great leader do

What does a great leader do?

  • “Great leaders rally people to a better future” (p. 59).

  • has a vision and can get others to see it

  • passionately wants change & progress (“dissatisfied with status quo” p.62)


Talents of a leader

Talents of a leader...

Buckingham says all great leaders have:

--optimism(“things will get

better”)

--the ability to clearly assess

challenges

--strong ego


Talents of a leader1

Talents of a leader…

  • curiosity and inquisitiveness (seek expertise, p.68)

  • ability to channel ego to help the group, organization, etc.


Manager vs leader1

Manager vs. Leader

  • Manager= success of individual

    employee is focus

  • Leader = image of the future is

    focus


Leadership versus management

Leadership Versus Management

  • MANAGEMENT:

    • Organizing and staffing.

    • Controlling and problem solving.

    • Producing a degree of predictability.

  • LEADERSHIP:

    • Establishing direction.

    • Aligning people, Motivating and inspiring.

    • Producing change, often to a dramatic degree.


The one thing you need to know

The One thing you need to know

You can be a great manager and a great leader, depending on the situation.

To be a great manager==start

with people

To be a great leader ==start with

the idea in your head, and then motivate people to follow


Leadership s relation with management

Leadership's relation with management

  • Warren Bennis (1989) drew twelve distinctions between leaders

    and managers:

  • Managers administer, leaders innovate

  • Managers ask how and when, leaders ask what and why

  • Managers focus on systems, leaders focus on people

  • Managers do things right, leaders do the right things

  • Managers maintain, leaders develop

  • Managers rely on control, leaders inspire trust

  • Managers have a short-term perspective, leaders have a

    longer-term perspective

  • Managers accept the status-quo, leaders challenge it

  • Managers have an eye on the bottom line, leaders have an eye

    on the horizon

  • Managers imitate, leaders originate

  • Managers emulate the classic good soldier, leaders are their

    own person

  • Managers copy, leaders show originality


The key steps for you to start professionally

The Key steps for You to start Professionally

  • The Key steps for you to start professionally whether you’re going to be a manager or a leader in the future, you need to:

    1- Self Assessment: identifying your values, skills and interests

    2- Exploring options: identifying opportunities

    3- Matching yourself to opportunities: determining the fit between yourself and different options

    4- Decision making and goal setting: choosing a preferred route, setting a realistic targets and action plans

    5- Follow-up: ongoing review


Exercise identifying personal skills and qualities

Exercise: Identifying Personal Skills and Qualities

  • People considering future career options are often unaware of the skills and personal attributes they have to offer. Knowing these can help you identify jobs in which you are most likely to be successful, and it can also assist in letting you get them; write five things you have accomplished and with which you feel satisfied. Then identify the skills and qualities you used to achieve these things. Take few minutes to add as many of your skills and qualities you can think of.


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