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Difference Between Leadership and Management

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Principles and Practices of Management and Organization
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Samuel Mejia Salvador
Estrelito Cabingan Bagunas
Ellinor Fua-Geronimo

Presentation made by: Renalyn A. Dario

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Difference Between Leadership and Management

  1. 1. Leaders are…
  2. 2. MANAGEMENT
  3. 3. LEADERSHIP
  4. 4. Distinctions of Leadership and Management A. D’Souza • Managers are concerned with the present. • Leaders look to the .
  5. 5. • Managers make sure details are taken care of. • Leaders set broad purposes and directions.
  6. 6. Managers exercise control to make sure that things work well. Leaders create commitment that things may work together.
  7. 7. Managers solve today’s problems by addressing difficulties caused by changing events. Leaders creates a better future by seizing opportunities stimulated by changing events.
  8. 8.  Managers focus on the process.  Leaders focus on the product.
  9. 9.  Managers focus on problem behavior and try to improve it through counseling, coaching and nurturing.  Leaders focus on what is right and praise it.
  10. 10.  Managers make sure people put in an honest day’s work for their pay.  Leaders inspire people to do their best.
  11. 11.  Managers organize and plan to meet this year’s objectives.  Leaders create a vision of the years down the road.
  12. 12.  Managers create efficient policies and standard operating procedures.  Leaders go beyond the need for standard procedures and create a more efficient system.
  13. 13.  Managers focus on efficiency.  Leaders focus on effectiveness.
  14. 14. Warren Bennis •“Managers do things right. •Leaders do the right things.”
  15. 15. According to Bennis… 1. Managers administer- Leaders innovate. 2. Managers maintain- Leaders develop. 3. Managers control- Leaders inspire. 4. Managers have a short-term view- Leaders, a long-term view. 5. Managers ask how and when- Leaders ask what and why. 6. Managers imitate- Leaders originate. 7. Managers accept status quo- Leaders challenge it.
  16. 16. JOHN KOTTER • A Force for Change- showed the importance of an organization needing the respective strengths of management and leadership.
  17. 17. Management  Planning and Budgeting  Establishing detailed steps and timetables for achieving needed results, and then allocating the resources necessary to make that happen. Leadership  Establishing Direction  Developing a vision of the future, often the distant future and strategies for producing the changes needed to achieve vision.
  18. 18. MANAGEMENT • ORGANIZING AND STAFFING • ESTABLISHING SOME STRUCTURES FOR ACCOMPLISHING PLAN REQUIREMENTS, STAFFING THAT STRUCTURE WITH INDIVIDUALS, DELEGATING RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY FOR CARRYING OUT THE PLAN, PROVIDING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES TO HELP GUIDE PEOPLE, AND CREATING METHODS OR SYSTEMS TO MONITOR IMPLEMENTATION LEADERSHIP • ALIGNING PEOPLE • COMMUNICATING THE DIRECTION BY WORDS AND DEEDS TO ALL THOSE COOPERATION MAY BE NEEDED SO AS TO INFLUENCE THE CREATION OF TEAMS AND COALITIONS THAT UNDERSTAND THE VISION AND STRATEGIES, AND ACCEPT THEIR VALIDITY
  19. 19. Management  Controlling and problem solving-  Monitoring results versus plan is some detail, identifying deviations and organizing to solve these problems. Leadership  Motivating and inspiring-  Energizing people to overcome major political bureaucratic and resource barriers to change by satisfying very basic, but then often unfulfilled, human needs.
  20. 20. • • • •
  21. 21. Craig Hickman • Mind of a Manager; Soul of a Leader • Importance of a balance between a leader and a manager qualities on a leadership team. • Calls for the full development of both managers and leaders.

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