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6053W8DQ According to Laureate Education (2012f), all nurses influence their patient and the people around them; therefore, they are leaders. The name manager and leader are often used interchangeably; however, the positions each incorporate different qualities and goals. The purpose of this discussion is to describe the variance in leaders and managers and provide examples of behaviors attested by each role. Management vs. Leadership A manager requires a formal position to accomplish he/her goal. Without a formal managerial post, it is impossible to do so. However, leaders do not require a position to influence others. It could be done from the non-formal position. Organizations do need both origination leader (formal) and manager. When it comes to organizational hierarchy, organization leader and manager do not have the same accountability or role. However, each role is distinctive and could be performed independently or together. The need each other or they need the skill of one another. According to Marquis& Huston (2017), leaders without managerial skill in an
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  • Fall '18
  • ROSEMARY MC WILLIAMS HAGGINS
  • Management, unit manager

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