Leadership versus Management
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This paper discusses how the differences between leadership and management are dramatically different. It looks at how the consensus of many leadership and management researchers and theorists is that each requires significantly different skill sets to do well, and that leadership is centered on invoking and sustaining worker commitment, even in times of uncertainty.
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