Have compiled 45 differences between Managers and Leaders after reading various books and articles. Its only illustrative and not exhaustive. Since Leadership is mostly situational, the skills are complementary and overlapping too.
Would really appreciate suggestions, feedback and additional inputs.
Arun Kumar Davay
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14th March 2011 From India, Madras
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Excellent Posting. Kindly share as much as you can because i found it very informative and elaborate. With profound regards
14th March 2011 From India, Chennai
Dear Arun Kumar,
That's really good PPT...its informative, very realistic PPT....I could visualize yes these were the qualities I have seen in all the managers I worked with...I can surely look for leader now...thanks for valuable information.
Forscher Consultancy
14th March 2011 From India, Mumbai
Arun, excellent presentation. There are too few effective managers and even fewer leaders which could explain how so many ineffective managers get their jobs.
15th March 2011 From United States, Chelsea
Bob Gately, PE, MBA
Thanks Arun 200% agreed with the content. Sometimes these Managers address themself as a leader and ask people to follow their instruction....................
15th March 2011 From Malaysia, Melaka
Hello, Mr. Anrundavay, Thanks a lot its very informative to all of Managers & Leaders. Keep Sharing like this. Have Nice Day. Thanking You. Best Regards Pravin11
15th March 2011 From India, Nasik
A very informative ppt....pls keep us updated with such more good ppts. A very good job done!
15th March 2011 From India, Chandigarh
Nice one Arun - there's a quote I'd once read about the difference between a Leader and a Manager - it goes like - Most of the energy of a Manager concentrates around shaping the present, while that of a Leader, around building the future :)
15th March 2011 From India, Bangalore
Very good, Arun, and thanks for sharing. Some slides are a bit repetitive and maybe the word (concept) to oppose "transactional" could be "transformational".
Keep sharing and best wishes
Rani Innes
Senior Partner and Lead Trainer
Link Communications
16th March 2011 From India, Bangalore
The Book High performance....... is very excellent book. Every body who at the start of new business, must read this book.
Presentation is also very powerful to understand the difference between the two.
Lokesh Khandelwal
16th March 2011 From Australia


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