CEO City

View Kuljit  Singh 's Profile
Leader versus Manager
Does every manager need to be a leader?
Asked by Kuljit Singh | Feb 16 2019 | Report this Report abuse
Replies (2)
View Lokajit  Goswami 's Profile
“Leadership and managership are two synonymous terms” is an incorrect statement. Leadership doesn’t require any managerial position to act as a leader. On the other hand, a manager can be a true manager only if he has got the traits of leader in him. By virtue of his position, manager has to provide leadership to his group. A manager has to perform all five functions to achieve goals, i.e., Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, and Controlling. Leadership is a part of these functions.
Feb 20 2019 | Report this Report abuse
View Vibhuti  Jaiswal 's Profile
All good managers are leaders to various degrees. They need to carry out their leaders' visions by creating their own visions that support the larger vision, and then getting their workers to accomplish the vision. A CEO cannot be the sole leader of a large organization. There are simply to many leadership tasks that must be accomplished... a leader cannot do all of them herself.
Feb 19 2019 | Report this Report abuse