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Management vs Leadership - Linked 2 Leadership

Management vs Leadership - Linked 2 Leadership

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Published by Tom Schulte
We asked the question "Management Vs. Leadership" on the business networking site LinkedIn. We have packed over 75 answers in this thought provoking presentation. It is free to download, discuss, and share!

See www.leadershippowerlabs.com 877-524-7261 Atlanta, GA USA

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We asked the question "Management Vs. Leadership" on the business networking site LinkedIn. We have packed over 75 answers in this thought provoking presentation. It is free to download, discuss, and share!

See www.leadershippowerlabs.com 877-524-7261 Atlanta, GA USA

Tags: leadership, management, business, abundance, executive coaching, leadership blog, leadership development, leadership powerlab, leadership training, leadership workshop, linked 2 leadership, l2l, Linked In, LinkedIn, powerlab, recalibrate, servant leader, soft skills, team building, team work, tom schulte, tommyland, values analyzer, values based leadership, values generator, values intelligence, speaker, trainer, coach, knucklehearted, breakout, soft skills, relationships, results, workshop, seminar, keynote, values, mission, vision, emotional intelligence, eq, ei

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Published by: Tom Schulte on Oct 31, 2008
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P R E S E N T S
162 Answers! - Uncut Bonus Edition
“Management”
  vs.“Leadership”
 
Found at AnswersonLinkedIn
 www.Linked2Leadership.com
 ® LinkedIn
 ® 
is a trademark of LinkedIn Corporation Mountain View, CA USA ©2008.Linked2Leadership is a group on LinkedIn. No other affiliation exists. These quotationsdo not necessarily reflect the opinion of anyone other than the person quoted.
 
We asked the question:“ Management vs. Leadership: How do you see it ”162 professionals weighed in with their opinions!
Quotations may be attributed incorrectly. This is an unedited edition of “Let the People Speak.”
All quotations have beenpreviously made available to the general public. This free resource may be re-quoted with the following attribution:
 
 www.Linked2Leadership.com
“What isthe differencebetweenManagement & Leadership?”
M. Al Zoubi wrote:
 Management is working in the system;Leadership is working on the System.Managers gain authority by position;Leaders gains it by influence and character.Management is reaching goals; Leadershipis fulfilling a vision.Management cares about efficiency;Leadership is concerned with effectiveness.
 
S. Slater wrote:
  A manager get things done via planning anddelegation. Tasks are assigned and results areobtained via others efforts. A leader get things done by holding a vision,modeling behaviors and inspiring action.

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