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Differences Between Managing and Leading

Differences Between Managing and Leading

A fundamental difference between leading and managing is that leading occurs while managing is performed. As such, leaders are usually “macro-focused” on the goals of an organization. Managers, on the other hand, are “micro-focused” on accomplishing their unit’s goals to meet the organization’s goals. While managing provides opportunities for leadership, opportunities to lead are provided to individuals in all positions, not just those who manage. Managing is a subset of leading as all man...
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Are you Managing or Leading?

Are you Managing or Leading?

As a strategic planning facilitator, I have a unique vantage point. I have the luxury of observing management teams under a microscope. Some managers embrace the change brought about in such discussions and some are more deeply rooted in their established ways of doing things.
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