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Leadership Continuum or Management Continuum?
Gary D Messner, Student (MBA), United States, Member
The Leadership Continuum Model shows management styles from "autocratic" to "full control". Most managers do not make good leaders and vise versa. A leader is a visionary, one who can motivate employees to work toward the common goal. A leader sets the tone for vision and mission statements, earns respect from subordinates, great speaking skills. Managers are focused of departmental functions entailing procedures, processes, and highly detail-oriented aspects of daily function. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Managers or Leaders?
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
Thanks Gary. Note that the world 'leader' can have different meanings for different people in different cultures in different times in different circumstances.
Tannebaum and Schmidt clearly used it as approximate synonym for the current word 'manager', not in a visionary-high level way.
 

 
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