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Essay Plan

Question: What is the difference between a leader and a manager? What is the relative importance of leaders and managers to the success of organizations today? Provide an example of a manager you consider to be a leader and explain why you think they are.

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* The manager asks how and when; the leader asks what and why. Manager works effectively and efficiently; leaders develop the power with people. * Two distinctive systems yet related to each other. In other words, the planner and executor. Leadership and Management In The 21st Century: Business Challenges of the Future (Cooper, 2004). * Purpose of this essay – to explain and introduce the reader to the world of leadership and management in the daily basis frame-work. Body

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* A leader is a person within the organization with the abilities and skills such as motivator, innovator, strategy maker and interprets their role by carrying a big responsibility and be a good model in the hierarchy. * Apart from leadership, a manager’s duty can be considered as a copy from the original leader’s development. Manager’s skills covered all area such as managing, maintaining, and focusing on the structure and systems within the organization. * New Era of Management (Daft, 2010).

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* The relative importance of leaders and managers to the success of organizations today was their vital role that supports each other. * Since leadership is transformational, manager that could be considered as a leader must have a clear vision, an ability to forecasting the future, to overcome the challenge during turbulent times when being chased by the environmental shifting.

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* A study conducted by Jim Collins about Level 5 leadership will be a good example and suits the best characteristic for a manager to become a leader. * Level 5 leadership refers to highly capable individual, contributing team member, competent manager, effective leader,...