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Running head: CIVILIAN AND MILITARY LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT 1 Civilian and Military Leadership and Management Student’s Name (Institution)
CIVILIAN AND MILITARY LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT 2 Civilian and Military Leadership and Management Both leadership and management rely on the ability to influence a group of people and maximize their effort towards achieving objectives set out by an organization. One has to gain management skills such as solving problems, coordinating and monitoring operations, motivating employees, planning and measuring the success of objectives of an organization to be an effective leader (Goetsch & Davis, 2014). Military leadership and management involve running a country's armed forces headed by the commander in chief. On the other hand, civilian leadership and management entail elected and appointed administrators in charge of coordinating activities in the public firms. In this context, the paper analyzes the differences and similarities in the leadership and management processes and structures in the civilian and military organizations.

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