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Managers Vs. Leaders
Manager vs. Leader Manager Says Go Says Lets Go Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Production Oriented People Oriented People Oriented Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Delegates Responsibility Delegates Authority Delegates Authority Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Maintains Develops Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Shows Who is Wrong Shows What is Wrong Shows What is Wrong Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Administers Innovates Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager A Copy The Original The Original Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Asks How and When Asks Why and What Asks Why and What Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Drives Team Members Coaches Team Members Coaches Team Members Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Imitates Originates Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Accepts the Status-Quo Challenges the Status-Quo Challenges the Status-Quo Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Short Term Results Long Term Vision Long Term Vision Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Plans and Budgets Change and Risks Change and Risks Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Standards Values Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Can be Appointed Should be Accepted Should be Accepted Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Talks a lot Listens a lot Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Tells Asks Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Presumes Explores Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Seeks control Seeks commitment Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Orders Challenges Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Works on Work with Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Positional Power Personal Power Personal Power Leader
Manager vs. Leader Manager Keeps distant Makes contact Leader
Manager Vs. Leader Manager Says What to Do Says What to Do Shows How to Do Shows How to Do Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Demands Respect Commands Respect Commands Respect Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Works IN the System Works IN the System Works ON the System Works ON the System Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Gets the Best out of Resources Organizes the Best Resources Organizes the Best Resources Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager System Centric People Centric Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Professional (IQ) Emotional (EQ) Emotional (EQ) Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Directional Inspirational Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Systematic Charismatic Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Have Schemes Have Dreams Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Says Something must be done Says I must do something Says I must do something Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Doing Things Right Doing the Right Things Doing the Right Things Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Left Brain Activities Right Brain Activities Right Brain Activities Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager More Transactional More Transcendental More Transcendental Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Creates Fear Creates Confidence Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Creates Resentment Breeds Enthusiasm Breeds Enthusiasm Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Says I Says We Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Fixes Blame Fixes Mistakes Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Knows How Shows How Shows How Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Drives Leads Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Has Employees Has Followers Has Followers Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager Motivates Inspires Leader
Manager Vs.Leader Manager People Need Managers People Long For Leaders People Long For Leaders Leader
The Ultimate Leader Says I did it whenever something goes haywire; Says We did it whenever something is semi-good; Says You did it every time things go right!
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