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A Manager and A Leader. Once Steve Jobs said, "Management is about persuading people to do things they do not want to do, while leadership is about inspiring people to do things, they never thought they could." Don't you think that it's a compelling statement from a very successful, respected, and influential leader?
We often use these two words, almost synonymously! Even that appears in many of our organization designations as well. But have you given a more profound thought of whether "Manager" and "Leader" are synonymous or not?
Though often, we use these two words interchangeably, they are not the same. Before we go deep into this and understand the difference, let's see why being a Leader is so essential in our professional life.
There are different schools of thought. As per some experts, the following are the typical characteristics of a Leader – we shall found that they have a pleasing personality; they have Communication, Humility, Empathy, Integrity, Accountability, Positivity, Confidence, Vision, Influence, Delegation, Resilience.
We often found that we feel good while interacting with some people; we feel more accepted and welcome to communicate. While, with some other group of people, we feel unwanted and given an opportunity, we shall never want to talk to the person again!
Why does this happen? Have you faced this situation ever? Let's understand what does it mean, and why do we feel this way!
Let's first try to understand the difference between "Manager" and "Leader," so that, for us, it will be easy to know where we stand today and where we need to go.