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Are You a Leader or Are You a Manager

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A Lecture for VLAP
A Project of Department of Agriculture Region I
Held at MMSU, Batac, Ilocos Norte

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Are You a Leader or Are You a Manager

  1. 1. Direction: Rate yourself either 1 or 2 according to your beliefs, beliefs, values, ethics, character, knowledge, and skills.
  2. 2. 1. “Doing the 2. “Doing right thing” things right”
  3. 3. 1. Create change, Create a culture based on sharedvalues, Establish emotional link with followers, andUse personal power2. Focus on the present, Implement policies and procedures , Remain aloof and maintain objectivity
  4. 4. 1. With vision, who inspire others and causethem to galvanize their efforts and achievechange 2. Follow standard operating procedure
  5. 5. 1. Innovate 2. Administer
  6. 6. 1. Ask what and why 2. Ask how and when
  7. 7. 1. Focus on people2. Focus on systems
  8. 8. 1. Develops2. Maintain
  9. 9. 1. Inspire trust 2. Rely on control
  10. 10. 1. Have a longer- term perspective2. Have a short-term perspective
  11. 11. 1. Challenge the status-quo2. Accept the status-quo
  12. 12. 1. have an eye on the horizon2. Have an eye on the bottom line
  13. 13. 1. Originate2. Imitate
  14. 14. 1. Are their own person2.Emulate the classicgood soldier
  15. 15. 1. Show originality2. Copy
  16. 16. Count the (1) and (2) ratingsThe most dominant numberis a manifestation of your(1) Leadership skills(2) managerial skills
  17. 17. The terms “leadership” and “management” are seenvery differently by diverse people. Some individuals seethese terms as synonyms and frequently use theminterchangeably throughout phrases and sentences. Othersapproach them as extreme opposites; so extreme, in fact,that they would argue that you cannot be a good managerand a good leader at the same time. Still other peoplereside somewhere in the middle and realize that whilethere is a difference between leadership and management,with the right knowledge an individual can successfullynavigate both from the same position.
  18. 18. Today’s groups, organizations, and teams need botheffective leaders and effective managers to run asuccessful operation. While some obvious similarities (i.e. theyboth involve influencing constituents or employees; authority andpower are generally given with both positions) can be foundbetween leadership and management, there are also some strikingdifferences (i.e. management is often more task-oriented;Leadership and management are defined somewhat differently;nonetheless, it is still understood that one person can workefficiently in mastering both fields.
  19. 19. Leadershipthe definition of leadership is a process whereby an individualinfluences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal. Breaking this down even more, while there are a variety ofleadership definitions out there, there are specific componentsthat are central to the majority of these definitions. Leadership: Is a process▶▶ Involves influence▶▶ Occurs in a group context (you need to have at least oneconstituent)▶▶ Involves goal attainment ▶▶leadership is often considered more inspirational and visionary
  20. 20. Management For most, the definition of management is seen quite differently. This doesn’t mean that an individual can’t hold both management and leadership responsibilities simultaneously, but management is considered a term separate from leadership. The definition of management is to exercise executive, administrative, and supervisory direction of a group or organization.Source: http://www.ca.uky.edu/agc/pubs/elk1/elk1103/elk1103.pdf
  21. 21. Leadership skills andManagerial Skills Both are needed, to different degrees, at different times with distinct differences.

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