Leadership vs Management

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Leadership vs Management
Jimmy, UK
Leadership is getting people to do what you want them to do, even when they don't want to do it. Management is the efficient and effective use of resources, including people. Yes, the leader and the manager both have to adapt their ways to get the most from their people, but this model over-categorises - I prefer to think of a spectrum rather than a set of boxes.

Leadership vs Management
Guolin, China
I remember someone said that: Leadership is to focus on 'do the right thing' , while Management is to focus on 'do the things right'.

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Delabie Arthur, Consultant, France
Some critics on SL demonstrate that to really understand the model and use it effectively, the first thing to do is to attend a training seminar on it and then study the SL book.
When I read that SL is more about management than leadership and that it is overcategorized, I can only recommend people to make the effort to study carefully and practice the model, instead of writing irrelevant comments. Innocence does not replace competence.



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