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Leader vs manager

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Leader vs manager

  1. 1. Activity • Split into 4 groups • Identify which of the statements on the Manager Vs leader table describe management behavior and which describe leadership behavior. • Compare your answers with the correct table • Give a score. • You have 25 mins
  2. 2. Manager VS Leader behaviors • Scheduling work • Sharing a vision • Plan and prioritize steps to task achievement • Use analytical data to support recommendations • Explain goals, plan and roles • Provide feedback on performance • Motivating staff • Provide focus • Create a ‘culture’ • Inspiring people • Delegating tasks • Ensuring predictability • Co-ordinate effort • Co-ordinate resources • Give orders and instructions • Act as interface between team and outside • Take risks • Guide progress • Monitor progress • Check task completion • Create a positive team feeling • Monitor feelings and morale • Look ‘over the horizon’ • Appeal to peoples’ emotions • Follow systems and procedures • Provide development opportunities • Ensure effective induction • Monitor budgets, tasks etc • Use analytical data to forecast trends • Monitoring progress • Unleashing potential • Be a good role model • Appeal to rational thinking • Build teams
  3. 3. Leader • A leader is a person who lead himself, a team, a group of people, or an entity to reach a common goal.
  4. 4. Manager • A manager is a person who can control or direct a group of people, or an entity.
  5. 5. Manager • Scheduling work • Delegating tasks • Use analytical data to support recommendations • Motivating staff • Ensuring predictability • Co-ordinate effort • Co-ordinate resources • Give orders and instructions • Guide progress • Monitor progress • Check task completion • Follow systems and procedures • Monitor budgets, tasks etc • Use analytical data to forecast trends • Monitoring progress • Appeal to rational thinking • Build teams Leader • Provide feedback on performance • Act as interface between team and outside • Plan and prioritize steps to task achievement • Explain goals, plan and roles • Inspiring people • Appeal to peoples’ emotions • Sharing a vision • Provide focus • Monitor feelings and morale • Create a ‘culture’ • Create a positive team feeling • Ensure effective induction • Provide development opportunities • Unleashing potential • Look ‘over the horizon’ • Take risks • Be a good role model
  6. 6. Any Questions ??
  7. 7. Thank You

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