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Differences Between What Leaders and Managers Do



Working in the system

Working on the system


Create opportunities

Control risks

Seek opportunities

Enforce organizational rules

Change organizational rules

Seek and then follow direction

Provide a vision to believe in and strategic alignment

Control people by pushing them in the right direction

Motivate people by satisfying human needs

Coordinate effort

Inspire achievement and energize people

Provide instructions

Coach followers, create self-leaders, and empower them



Leading Change vs. Managing Change

Leaders amplify strengths.

Managers reduce weaknesses.

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3 Strategies of Market Leaders


12 Effective Leadership Roles

  1. Create an inspiring vision; establish shared values; give direction and set stretch goals... More

Creative Leadership DOs and DON'Ts

  • Don't direct; Inspire... More


New Management Model

Leadership and Management

Get Rid of Bureaucracy    Flat Organizational Structure




A Huge Difference

"Manage things... lead people."  ~ Admiral Grace Hopper

Do you wand to be a leader or a manager? You need to make a choice as there is a huge difference. "The world is full of managers and desperately short of leaders real leaders."6

Leader 360  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

Leadership Attributes

Leadership-Management Synergy

Leaders: Provide vision. Managers: Provide resources.

Resulting synergy: Employee empowerment... More

Today's World Realities

In today's rapidly changing economy, the old ways of management no longer work and will never work again. The magnitude and pressure of environmental, competitive, and global market change we are experiencing is unprecedented. It's a very interesting and exciting world, but it's also volatile and chaotic. You cannot address these new challenges with more of the same management solutions successful change requires leadership.

Why Change Fails: 8 Common Errors

Psychological research has shown that "under circumstances of uncertainty or unusual challenge and difficulty, people look for help in understanding questions about what matters, what to do, what direction to take, and what they should not do. Providing people with the answers that help them with these difficult questions is the essence of leadership."5

12 Major Causes of Failure in Leadership

To Lead or To Manage?

You need both. The old proverb says that leadership is doing the right thing; management is doing things right. The difference between the two is not as sharp as the saying would suggest, and both are required for effective corporate growth: leadership risk creates opportunities while management strictness turns them into tangible results.

However, "if your organization is not on a journey don't bother about leadership just settle for management", advises John Adair.


"There is a direct correlation between the way people view their managers and the way they perform. Strong leadership is imperative for shaping a group of people into a force that serves as a sustainable business advantage."1

Leading Change

Leadership is about getting people to abandon their their old habits and achieve new things, and therefore largely about change ‒ about inspiring, helping, and sometimes enforcing change in people. "While there can be effective management absent ideas, there can be no true leadership."4... More

Case Studies  GE: Jack Welch Turns Managers to Leaders

Jack Welch is all about leadership, not management. Actually, he wanted to discard the term "manager" altogether because it had come to mean someone who "controls rather than facilitates, complicates rather than simplifies, acts more like a governor than an accelerator." Welch has given a great of thought to how to manage employees effectively so that they are as productive as possible. An he has come to a seemingly paradoxical view. The less managing you do the better off your company. Manage less to manage more... More

25 Lessons from Jack Welch  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

Inspirational Leadership: 10 Roles

Inspirational leaders create an inspiring culture within their organization. They supply a shared vision and inspire people to achieve more than they may ever have dreamed possible. They are able to articulate a shared vision in a way that inspires others to act. People do what they have to do for a manager, they do their best for an inspirational leader... More

Steve Jobs' 12 Rules of Success

Inspirational Business Plan: Successful Innovation

Market Analysis: "Managing and innovation did not always fit comfortably together. That's not surprising. Managers are people who like order. They like forecasts to come out as planned. In fact, managers are often judged on how much order they produce. Innovation, on the other hand, is often a disorderly process. Many times, perhaps most times, innovation does not turn out as planned. As a result, there is tension between managers and innovation." Lewis Lehro..

Innovation Management Team: "Managers succeed by following the rules. Innovators succeed by breaking the rules."... More


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Integrity the New Leadership Story...

Leadership Going Beyond Manager's Tasks...

Positioning of a Leader...

Emotional Task of the Leader...

What Drives Others to Carry out Your Will...

Leading Others to Lead Themselves...

Managerial Leadership...

Inclusive Leadership...

Creative Leadership...

Transformational Leadership...

Leading Innovation...

SuperLeadership Leading Others To Lead Themselves...

Reasons why People are Willing to Follow their Leaders...

GE's Leadership Assessment Survey (LES)...




  1. Extreme Management, Mark Stevens,

  2. "The 80/20 Principle", Richard Koch

  3. "Relentless Growth", Christopher Meyer

  4. Leading Change, James O'Toole

  5. The Leadership Crash Course, Paul Taffinder

  6. Leading at the Edge of Chaos, Emmett C. Murphy and Mark. A. Murphy

  7. "Jack Welch and the GE Way", Robert Slater

  8. "The Welch Way", Jeffrey A. Krames

  9. The New Superleadership, Charles C. Manz and Henry P. Sims, Jr.

Major Leadership Styles

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