Are you a Manager or a Leader?
The words “manager” and “leader” are often thrown around interchangeably. But have you ever considered the difference between a manager and a leader? Have you ever thought about which you are? Or whether you want to be a manager or a leader?
The infographic below compares many differences between those who are managers and those who are leaders. Where a manager has objectives, instructs employees and minimizes risks, a leader has a vision, encourages people, and takes risks. Where a manager establishes rules, approves, and assigns duties, a leader breaks rules, motivates, and fosters ideas.
Take a look at the infographic below for more information.
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