Leadership What is leadership? Types of Leaders Leader by the position achieved Leader by personality, charisma Leader by moral example Leader by power held Intellectual leader Leader because of ability to accomplish things Managers vs. Leaders Managers Focus on things Do things right Plan ...
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... Control Motivate Time/task management Convey sense of accomplishment Managers vs. Leaders While many activities for managers and leaders are similar, there is one big difference ...
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Great Leaders Live with integrity, lead by example develop a winning strategy or “big idea” build a great management team inspire employees to greatness create a flexible, responsive organization use reinforcing management systems Great Leaders passionate about what they do love to talk ...
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... Owners Must fill all roles mentioned above Growth is dependent upon adapting to changing requirements of business size Managers Vs. Leaders Manager is a ... Functional and General Managers Levels of Management First Line Middle Managers Top Managers Small Business Owners Managers Vs.
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Title: Leaders: The Rule of Five True in any organization Last modified by: Dr. Johnnie Cain Document presentation format: On-screen Show Other titles
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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, pg.101 Kotter, John P., Leading Change, pg.165 Managers vs. Leaders Managers know how to plan, budget, organize, staff, control, and problem solve Managers deal mostly with the status quo Management is a bottom line focus: ...
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Chapter 9 Behavioral Theories of Leadership Learning Outcomes After completing this chapter, the student should understand the: Difference between leaders and managers.
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Manager vs Leader Managers and Leaders There are managers and there are leaders. Managers work in the system and do things right; Leaders work on the system and do the right things.
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Chapter 13 Leaders Individuals who… establish direction for a group gain the group members’ commitment motivate them to achieve goals to move in that direction What Followers Expect of Leaders Managers vs. Leaders Traits of Successful Business Leaders Drive Honesty and integrity ...
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Introduction to Leadership Leadership: Overview of Topics Overview What is leadership and why does it matter? What leaders and managers do Are leaders and managers different ?
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Chapter 12 Leadership LEARNING OUTLINE Follow this Learning Outline as you read and study this chapter. Managers Vs. Leaders Contrast leaders and managers.
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Perceived Differences: Managers vs. Leaders Foundation for Leadership Theories X, Y, and Z Theories X, Y and Z Theory X manager Believes that people are basically lazy and that coercion and threats of punishment often are necessary to get them to work.
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Management Review, March 1994, p. 12; David Fagiano, “Managers vs. Leaders: A Corporate Fable,” Management Review, November 1997, p. 5.
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THE HUMAN FACTOR IN LEADERSHIP Qualities that make leaders more effective in bringing about positive change Fall 2009 LEADERS VS. MANAGERS Leaders Managers Do the right things Do things right What can be accomplished How can things should be done Innovation Conformity Outcome Oriented Process ...
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... Based on the Beta distribution which weights the most likely time 4 times more than the optimistic or pessimistic time Managers vs. Leaders Leaders Develop foresight and vision for the future opportunity Maximize effectiveness Develop and execute creative future strategy Maintain ...
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... Leadership The influencing process of leaders and followers to achieve organizational objectives through change Managers vs. Leaders ARE LEADERS BORN OR MADE? “There may be born leaders, but there surely are far too few to depend on them.” Peter ...
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* Characteristics of Managers vs Leaders * Focuses on systems and structure Leaders Managers Innovates Administers An original A copy Develops Maintains Focuses on people Inspires trust Relies on control Long-range perspective Short-range view Asks what and why Asks how and when Eye on the ...
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Management vs. Leadership Management Leadership Direction: Planning, Budgeting Vision, Strategy Alignment: Organizing, Staffing Creating shared culture
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Leading a Team to Create Change Mary Lynn Manns, Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Asheville [email protected] October 2007 Managers vs. Leaders What are the differences?
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Chapter 8 Leadership Chapter Outline Are Managers and Leaders the Same? Leadership as Supervision Inspirational Leadership Dispersed Leadership: Spreading Leadership Throughout the Organization Leading One’s Self Contemporary Issues in Leadership Leadership What is the difference between a ...
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... the principal tasks of management The challenge is to develop an effective personal management style Managers vs. Leaders Managers establish and implement procedures Leaders look to the future Leadership Across Cultures European managers tend to be more people-oriented than American or ...
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LEADERSHIP BY: Daphne B. Harley, MPA PPA 400 FOX OR HEDGEHOG Differences in Leadership Leaders vs Managers Is Trust the central issue? Vision without a Bush, or a Bush without a vision?
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LEADERSHIP Jul 2008 CANADIAN COAST GUARD AUXILIARY - PACIFIC Leadership What is Leadership? Types of Leaders Leader by the position achieved Leader by personality, charisma Leader by moral example Leader by power held Intellectual leader Leader because of ability to accomplish things Managers vs ...
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Leadership & Management John KOTTER Types of Leaders Managers vs. Leaders Common Activities for EDs Planning Organizing Directing Work Controlling The Ideal Organization Leadership Styles Leadership Styles Leadership Styles Basic Principles for Leaders Basic Principles, ...
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Leaders Vs. Managers Managers have official titles in an organization Leaders focus on interpersonal relationships rather than administration Important differences exist between the two on: ...
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Leadership is the ability to influence employees to voluntarily pursue organizational goals Managers and leaders are not one and the same Mangers have legitimate power to plan, organize, and control Leaders create a vision and strategic plan for the company, ...
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Other Characteristics of Great Leaders Slide 10 Are Leaders Born or Made? Leaders vs. Managers Great Leaders Make A Difference Phanstiel’s Criteria for Great Leaders Limitations on Modern Leaders: Less ...
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Project management is leader intensive! 4-* Leaders Vs. Managers Managers have official titles in an organization The word manager Leaders focus on interpersonal relationships rather than administration Important differences exist between the two on: ...
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Managers vs Leaders. MANAGERS. Do things right. Status quo. Short-term. Means. Builders. Solve Problems. LEADERS. Do the right thing. Change. Long-term. Ends. Architects
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The Leadership Challenge, pg.20 Managers vs. Leaders Managers vs. Leaders Six Leadership Styles Goleman (2000, pgs. 82-83) Exemplary Leadership 5 Dysfunctions Leaders Face 5 Dysfunctions Leaders Face The 5 Dysfunctions #1—the absence of TRUST What is TRUST? Members of ...
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Arial Times New Roman Default Design Leadership Overview Leadership Managers Vs Leaders Trait Theories Behavioral Theories The Managerial Grid Fiedler Contingency Model Fiedler-Defining the situation Contingency Theories Hersey and Blanchard’s Situational Theory Path Goal Theory Charismatic ...
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Leaders vs. Managers Leaders Innovate Develop Inspire Long-term view Ask “what & why” Originate Challenge status quo Do the right things Managers Administer Maintain Control Short-term view Ask “how & when” Imitate Accept status quo Do things right Discussion Question #1 What is the ...
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Exercise Leadership vs. Management Are Leaders and Managers different? What do you think the differences are between leaders and managers? Read each statement and write either a L for Leader or M for Manager.
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Project management is leader intensive! 4-* Leaders Vs. Managers Managers have official titles in an organization Leaders focus on interpersonal relationships rather than administration Important differences exist between the two on: ...
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Management vs. Leadership ... Good leadership requires management during the change process Good management requires leadership when change is needed Managers are task oriented and usually focused on shorter range activities while leaders are more goal and objective focused and on ...
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Concerns Managers Leaders Creation of Purpose Focus on plans and budgets; creates steps, timetables for achieving results and looks for resources to support goals. Establishes direction; creates a vision and the strategies needed to achieve it.
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... an advocate for stability & the status quo Leaders & Managers Emergence of Women Leaders Gender “A woman's place is in the House, ……… And in the Senate." Geraldine Ferraro "Gender roles attitudes are shaped not only by social structural factor, ...
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Managers Vs. Leaders Managers What needs to be done—planning and budgeting Creating arrangements of people to accomplish an agenda—organizing and staffing Ensuring people do their jobs—controlling and problem solving Leaders What needs to be done—setting a direction Creating ...
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Providing Leadership in a Principles-Driven Management Environment USDA Forest Service Fire Directors November 1, 2005 Leadership and Management Complimentary but not Equal The central functions of managers and leaders are different A manager takes care of where you are; a leader takes you to a ...
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... Strategic Documents * Managers vs Leaders MANAGERS Administer Maintain Control Short-term view Ask how and when Initiate Accept the status quo Do things right LEADERS Innovate Develop Inspire Long-term view Ask what and why Originate Challenge the status quo Do the right thing * 4 ...
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Lessons Learned from the Leaders Everywhere Challenge The Leadership Dilemma Great Leaders Institutional Leaders Other The Organizational Dilemma Hierarchical/ Pyramid The Challenge About the Challenge Engaging your workforce Being ignored is more detrimental than having a manager that focuses ...
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CORE VALUES Fairness Commitment Freedom Water Line Leaders vs. Managers LEADERS: innovate focus on people inspire trust have a long-range view ask what and why have eyes on horizon originate challenge status quo do the right thing MANAGERS: ...
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The Managers will become Leaders and employees will become Subject Matter Experts. The Leaders will support, motivate and coach the lean thinking of Subject Matter Experts.
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Managers focus on details Leaders focus on the big picture Generalizations of Leadership Leaders are heroes: to much focus of the leader as a person rather than the context. Leadership as relationship: false notion that leadership is one-way-leader to follower.
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Chapter 13: Leadership PSYC 352 Overview Leadership vs. management Major topics in leadership Theoretical approaches to leadership Points of convergence among approaches Cross-cultural leadership issues Diversity issues in leadership Concluding comments Leadership vs. Management Mintzberg (1973 ...
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Leadership Leadership influencing employees to voluntarily pursue organizational goals Leaders Vs. Managers Innovate Develop Inspire Long-term view Ask what and why Originate Challenge the status quo Do the right thing Administer Maintain Control Short-term view Ask how and when Initiate Accept ...
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Zaleznik, “Managers and Leaders: Are they different,? Harvard Business. Review, May-June 1977. LEADERSHIP. Emotionally active. Shape ideas. Expand options. Change ways to think about the possible. Management vs. Leadership
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Managers Leadership vs Management Leaders and Managers: Distinguishing their roles Social Psychology of Leadership? What is Leadership? What is Leadership? Organizational Leadership Leadership Characteristics Formal vs. Informal Leadership What is a Follower? Leadership ...
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