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Sameer Khanna
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Managers are Made; Leaders are Born

Managerial skills are not inborn, but rather acquired through formal training.
Leadership skills are born.


How Managers are Made

A manager is not born, but gradually learns from formal training, experiences and idols/ examples that he puts into practice.
No manager can be born as no person can't have all the qualities by birth.
Note that only when he puts his theories and learnings into practice he becomes a manager.

  Rodrigo Corte-Real Oliveira

Changes in Management Levels

Look at Dr. Clare Graves' Theory: People tend to (...)

  Rajesh Patil

Manager: 10% Born, 90% Made

I believe that with birth an individual can get 10 (...)

  Aletta Shatona

Managers are Mostly Made, A Few are Born

I agree managers are mostly made. Not only through (...)

  KOVIT SKULSANGJUNTR, Management Consultant, Thailand

Different Types of Managers

A manager may not be a good leader. And different (...)

  Kunal Bhat, Entrepreneur, India

Managers are Born and Made

Managers, to be good managers, need the right inst (...)


Managers are Born

Managers are born. Even though one can learn the q (...)

  thatayaone Tauyakgale, Analyst, Botswana

Managers are Made; Leaders are Born

Managers are nurtured but the leaders are born as (...)

  Abdisalam M Ibrahim, Accountant, United Kingdom

Managers are Both Born and Made

Managers are basically leaders, and leadership is (...)

  Ashok A kella, Finance Manager, India

Managers are Born But Theories and Experience Sharpen Them

I agree management traits are partly inborn. But t (...)

  Jolanta Sz, Professor, Poland

Management and Leadership is a Relationship

@ : I agree, if we understand that a good manager (...)

  A.J. Heideman, Management Consultant, Netherlands

The Type of Manager Depends on Organization Culture

The appropriate type of manager depends on the cul (...)

  donna louison

Managers are Born and then Developed over Time

Managers are people who have acquired the art and (...)

  SATEESHA SINDHE, Lecturer, India

Are Managers Born or Made?

Basically managers are born with inherent qualitie (...)

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