Fbi Wk 3 Prep

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Fbi Wk 3 Prep

  1. 1. Leadership<br />vs.<br />Management<br />By: Jason Syptak & Kaitlyn Rice’s<br />The LEGACY<br />4:10pm M, W<br />
  2. 2. Defining a Leader<br />Someone who:<br /><ul><li> Forges a path to show others how to work;
  3. 3. Uses knowledge and resources to accomplish tasks;
  4. 4. Is part of a group;
  5. 5. Interacts with the others in the group;
  6. 6. Looked towards for example;
  7. 7. A leader manages.</li></li></ul><li>Defining a Manager<br />Someone who:<br /><ul><li>Assigns people to do tasks;
  8. 8. Delegates responsibilities;
  9. 9. Breaks down a large task into smaller portions;
  10. 10. Works above a group;
  11. 11. Uses resources to accomplish a task;
  12. 12. Is assigned or appointed (given the position)</li></li></ul><li>Leaders and Managers can be a lot alike…<br />Both types of people:<br />Delegate; <br />In charge; <br />Both have goal accomplishing tasks/succeeding; <br />Influential to the group; <br />Higher power over the group; <br />Go-to person;<br />7) Have to work well with people;<br />8) Hold responsibilities;<br />9) Are problem solvers;<br />10) Both know & understand strengths and weaknesses of their team;<br />11) Have fancy titles<br />
  13. 13. BUT Leaders and Managers are quite different too…<br />1) Both have different methods of success;<br />A manager is appointed, leader is elected;<br />A leader is part of the group, a manager is above the group;<br />A leader is more approachable, average, a peer, a manager is more intimidating;<br />Both are responded to differently;<br />A leader puts in full effort, a manager puts in only what is necessary;<br />A leader needs likability, a manager does not;<br />A leader sets examples, a manager tells people what to do;<br />A leader is empathetic, a manager is apathetic;<br />Leaders take risks, managers play it safe.<br />
  14. 14. Credibility and Leadership<br />One word: RELIABILITY<br />The most important thing to the credibility of a leader is the trust in which his/her followers have in them. If the team does not able to trust, or RELY, on their leader, then they will never follow him. <br />
  15. 15. Credibility and Management<br />One word: EXPERIENCE<br />A manager needs to have experience to be trusted by his/her employees. If a manager does not have experience his/her employees have no basis for trust, no proof that the manager in capable of doing his/her job properly. This experience also aids in the process of present and future decision making.<br />
  16. 16. A leader is always a manager; a manager is not always a leader.<br />

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