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Leader Vs Manager

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Describe who is and what is a manager and leader

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Leader Vs Manager

  1. 1. By: S Peter
  2. 2. Effective leadership is putting first thing first Effective management is DISCIPLINE – carrying it out
  3. 3. Managers have subordinates Authoritarian, transactional style Work focus Seek comfort Leaders have followers Charismatic, transformational style People focus Seek risk
  4. 4. Management Functions 1.Planning ----------Action plans 2. Organizing ------Chain of command 3. Commanding Transformed to leading 4. Controlling 5. Controlling --- Performance measuring
  5. 5. Inspired leaders are not necessarily good organizers and excellent managers The most effective managers are also leaders And the quality of leadership has become and increasingly important part of management ability
  6. 6. Leadership Styles Coercive – Do what I tell you Affiliative – People come first Pacesetting – Do as I do , Now Authoritative – Come with me Democratic – What do you think? Coaching – Try this
  7. 7. Leadership Vs Management “Managers are people who do things right and Leaders are people who do the things right” Peter Drucker
  8. 8. Management Vs Leadership 3 Assumptions Leadership equals management Leadership and management are not equal Leadership and management are complementary
  9. 9. Comparison of leader & Manager Roles Leader May or may not have official appointment to the position Manager: Are appointed officially to the position ------------------------------------------------------- Leader May or may not be successful as managers Manager: Are mangers as long as the appointment holds
  10. 10. Manager:  A person responsible for controlling or administering a group of people Leader: A person who leads , commands a group of people Manager : A person who controls the professional activities Leader: A person who rules, guides or inspires
  11. 11. Leader Have power and authority to enforce decisions only as long as followers are willing to be led Manager: Have power and authority to enforce decisions
  12. 12. Leader Influence others toward goal setting, either formally or informally Manager: Carry out pre determined policies, rules and regulations ---------------------------------------------------------- Leader Are interested in risk taking and exploring new ideas Manager: Maintain an orderly, controlled, rational equitable structure
  13. 13. Leader Relate to people personally in an intuitive or empathetic manner Manager: Relate to people according to their roles ----------------------------------------------------------- Leader Feel rewarded by personal achievements Manager: Feel rewarded when fulfilling organizational mission or goals
  14. 14. Difference: Leaders & Managers LeadershipLeadership Manager shipManager ship WHAT TheyWHAT They Do??Do?? Critical decision makingCritical decision making Routine decision makingRoutine decision making Strategic decisionsStrategic decisions Tactical decisionsTactical decisions Option wideningOption widening Uncertainty reductionUncertainty reduction Opportunistic surveillanceOpportunistic surveillance Problemistic searchProblemistic search Goal setting & ChangingGoal setting & Changing Goal achievingGoal achieving ProspectiveProspective RetrospectiveRetrospective ProactiveProactive ReactiveReactive Evaluate employeesEvaluate employees Exchange with employeesExchange with employees Shape the organization’s cultureShape the organization’s culture Work within theWork within the organization’s culture
  15. 15. LeadershipLeadership Manager shipManager ship How they do it??How they do it?? EmergentEmergent DesignatedDesignated PersonalPersonal StructuralStructural MoralMoral Rules & regulationsRules & regulations Consensual / CatalyticConsensual / Catalytic HierarchicHierarchic Empower peopleEmpower people Control & InfluenceControl & Influence peoplepeople
  16. 16. Top 3 mistakes of leaders ………… 1.Managing instead of leading If the leader spends more time in managing----- the group lose their morale 2. Mistaking individual loyalty for team building… 3.Failing to apply what motivate…
  17. 17. Characteristics of effective leaders •Self confidence •Strong drive for responsibility •Ability to complete tasks •Energetic •Willingness to accept consequences of decisions and actions 
  18. 18.  •Acceptance of interpersonal stress •Tolerance of frustration and delay •Ability to influence behavior •Ability to structure social interactions to accomplish purposes •Willingness to take risk and originality •Excessive initiative in social situations
  19. 19. Common Traits of Strong Managers •Being Able to Execute a Vision- strategic vision and roadmap •Ability to Direct: day-to-day work ,efforts, review resources needed and anticipate needs •Process Management: establish work rules, processes, standards & procedures •People Focused: look after your people, their needs, listen to them and involve them
  20. 20. •Leadership and management must go hand in hand. •They are not the same thing •But they are necessarily linked, and complementary. •Any effort to separate the two is likely to cause more problems than it solves. . The manager’s job is to plan, organize and coordinate.
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